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George Charman

George Charman is a British artist who recently completed his MA in Printmaking at the Royal College of Art in London. He has received several awards for his work, including the Helen Chadwick Travel Prize in 2007 and the Tim Mara Print Prize in 2008. He previously studied sculpture at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design and had a solo exhibition at the James Hockey Gallery in 2003. His current work is concerned with the perception of objects: 'When form is flattened by the image, it is perspective and surface which determine its object-ness and illusion which belies its function.' Charman was included in the gallery's exhibition, City X.

Drawings & works on paper   


Prints



Cube - Details


Cube 2008

Screenprint and coloured paper on Perspex
9.75 x 9.75 inches

  Edition of 10

The point at which we understand - Details


The point at which we understand 2008

Screenprint and coloured paper on acrylic
47.25 x 31.5 inches

  Edition of 10

View - Details


View 2008

Screenprint and lighting gel on perspex
24 x 17.5 inches

  Edition 3/10