Charles Hebert

Charles Hebert

Erskineville, NSW, Australia

About Charles Hebert

Charles Hebert has been painting for over 25 years and is a self-taught artist. He moved from Canada to Sydney in 2004 and around that time, he began having solo and group shows and also appeared as a finalist in art prizes. His medium of choice is oil and acrylic on canvas. He started painting on smaller canvases and now truly enjoys working with large canvases as he finds he can express himself more effectively when painting on a larger scale. His artworks are heavily layered in order to achieve a higher level of depth, richness and energy.

Charles has a strong passion for visual arts. Art is how he communicates without words his deepest thoughts and strongest emotions. The works that he creates are derived from personal experiences and interests. He is inspired by architecture and the Australian landscape.

Education

Self-taught artist with 25 years experience

Exhibitions

The Other Art Fair, October. Sydney (2019)
The Other Art Fair, March. Sydney (2019)
The Space Gallery, Sydney (2018, Group)
Platform 72, Sydney (2016, Group)
Hand of Law Gallery, Sydney (2015, Group)
Art2Muse Gallery, Double Bay (2013, Two person)
May Street Gallery, Sydney (2013, Group)
Art2Muse Pop Up Gallery, Sydney (2011, Group)
Balmain Art Show, Sydney (2010, group)
Matt Pearson Gallery, Sydney (2010, Solo)
Art2Muse Gallery, Double Bay (2010, Group)
May Street Studio, Spring Show (2009, Group)
Art2Muse Christmas Show, Sydney (2009, Group)
St Thomas Show, Sydney (2009, group)
Balmain Art Show, Sydney (2009, group)
Tudor House Show, Moss Vale (2009, group)
Art2Muse Gallery, Double Bay (2009, Group)
May Street Studio, grand opening (2009, Group) Promenarts Gallery, Sydney (2009, Solo)
Balmain Art Show, Sydney (2008, Group)
Tom Dunne Gallery, Sydney (2008, Group)
Washhouse Gallery, Sydney (2008, Group)
Balmain Art Show, Sydney (2007, Group)
Albury Cellar Gallery, Closing Show, Sydney (2006, Group) Albury Cellar Gallery, Sydney (2006, Group)
@Newtown, Sydney (2005, Solo)
Two Step Gallery, Sydney (2004, Solo)