Taking dramatic steps to represent color and form, Chuck Parsons' work is the touchstone of abstract and regional impressionism. He paints loosely, Alla Prima, which translates literally to 'all at once'. Chuck juxtaposes colors in short choppy brush strokes and color harmony is the essential element in his work. The brushwork is the most important, perhaps more so than the subject or the composition. Chuck believes that suggestive nondisclosure leaves the door ajar, beckoning the viewer to come into the piece and create their own interpretation.
American Academy of Art - Chicago
Ray Vogue School of Design - Chicago
Society of Experimental Artists.