|Charles Summers||Biography: Charles Summers is a self-taught painter who was born in London in 1945. He lived in Montego Bay, Jamaica from 1954 - 1956. In 1956 he returned to England to attend Cornwall College and Continue his education but it wasn't until 1972 that he started painting seriously.
Charles Summers is obsessed by the natural world and living in Cornwall has many rewards to an artist intrigued by natures charm.
He has been on expeditions to Malaysia, North Borneo and Sarawak 1979-1980, Java 1984, Sulawesi, Indonesia 1986, Colombia, 1989 and Panama, Dominica, Belize and costa Rica 1990.
He has received numerous awards, including silver medal, 1975, 2 gold medals 1977 and 1978 from the Royal Horticultural Society. Since 1978 he has been exhibiting regularly.
His paintings can be found worldwide and has even painted a fan for the late Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Country: UK Birthyear: 1950 Galleries: Serenade Arts Plymouth
Theatre Royal Plymouth
Cwmbran South Wales
Oriel Gallery Cardiff South Wales
Mid-Pennine Galleries Burnley Lancs
Harmony Hall, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Piers Feetham Gallery London
Auction at the Armoury New York
Jeanne Chisholm Gallery, Palm Beach USA
Barly Splatt Gallery Cornwall
Walley Findley Gallery New York, USA
The Gallery, Cork Street London
Awards: Royal Horticultural Society Medals -
1978 Gold Media: oil Style: realistic Subjects: landscapes and nature|