Charlie Davis makes attention-grabbing work that may alter your expression or mood. Charlie is very expressive with his face and observant of other’s faces. He is deaf, so he uses this expression and observation to communicate.
Charlie is from Chicago, Illinois, where he currently resides. He attends Esperanza Community Services, which is where he makes his artwork. His artistic inspirations include faces, circles, the sky, and loud noises like thunder and lightening. He loves collecting pop cans, making jewelry for his friends, watching action movies, and working on puzzles. He completes his puzzles in a straight row, side to side, in a typewriter-fashion.
Charlie is unable to work because of his disability. Selling prints through ArtLifting would provide Charlie with an income to further his independence and bring him closer to accomplishing his money-management goals. Charlie takes pride in hanging his own paintings at home and he would be just as proud to know you are doing the same.read more
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