"My interests are varied and my inspirations stem from the world around me and the many artists that have come before. With drawing and color I hope to isolate a moment in time and allow the viewer to study these slices of life for detail and subtle implications that go beyond the moment." -- Charles David Viera
Mr. Viera’s work has been included in exhibitions at the First Street Gallery, the Adam Gimbel Gallery , the Brooklyn Museum, and the Nassau County Museum in N.Y. and locally at the Riverrun Gallery and Coryell Gallery.
An inspired educator, Charles has been on the faculties of the Parsons School of Design , the Brooklyn Museum Art School , Pratt Institute , the New York Figurative Academy and Long Island University in New York. He is currently an instructor at the Arts Council of Princeton (artscouncilofprinceton.org ), and the Hunterdon Art Museum (hunterdonartmuseum.org)
Mr. Viera has studied at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture ,the Parsons School of Design, the Swain School of Design (B.F.A.) and Brooklyn College (M.F.A)
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