O L I V E R Art Works

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O L I V E R Art Works

  1. 1. O l i v e r ArtWorks PRESENTS… <ul><li>An introduction & presentation of </li></ul><ul><li>fine art works in the creationism style originated and created by: </li></ul><ul><li>Charles Oliver </li></ul>
  2. 2. Genres, Styles, Schools of Art, Charles Oliver creates & exhibits <ul><li>Creationism (originated by Charles Oliver) </li></ul><ul><li>Expressionism, Fractals, Abstract </li></ul><ul><li>Impressionism </li></ul><ul><li>Surrealism </li></ul><ul><li>Structures </li></ul><ul><li>Portraiture </li></ul><ul><li>Erotica </li></ul>
  3. 3. About The Creationism Style I developed &quot;the Creationism style&quot; over many years of work as a struggling artist. When you work 8-16 hours, usually 7 days a week, year after year, you'd think you might actually be reaping the benefits of all your hard work. But alas, this is the norm for creative people. We continue trudging on though for one reason. We love what we do. The love of art and the overwhelming need to create is as necessary as breathing to those of us that are lost in this obsession. As far as the political or religious concept of Creationism goes I really don't know what to think about all that. All I know is I have a firm belief in God the creator of all things and ultimate artist. I don't subscribe to any religion, spiritual, political or scientific theory. I have my own personal pact with God. He/She/It or whatever form that bestows grace on me everyday of my life. This Creationism school of art i have conceived and developed is my way of expressing worship and awe over this creation we know as the universe and all things that exist. I don't really have any idea how all that exists came to be. What processes or timelines were involved. All I know is this. It's no accident. The creator created all we see, hear, touch, taste and smell. Our minds, heart, souls, and spirit. To deny God is denying your own existence. My Creationism works are my feeble attempts to convey my conception of creation although I know it is totally flawed. I can only trudge on and try.
  4. 4. Pathway To Eternal Life
  5. 5. Formation of Trees
  6. 6. Galaxial Incubation
  7. 7. Introduction of Humankind
  8. 8. Development of Leafy Vegetation
  9. 9. Creation of Elemental Matter
  10. 10. Placement of Planetary Alignments
  11. 11. Universal Displacement of Spewed Cosmic Dust
  12. 12. Dispersal of Stars and Star Systems
  13. 13. Solar System Storage
  14. 14. Propogation of Vegetation For Life Supporting Planets
  15. 15. Formation of Planets
  16. 16. Introduction of Polar Avian Species
  17. 17. Development of Rain Forests
  18. 18. Creation of The Seas
  19. 19. Infusion of Molecular Structures
  20. 20. Insertion of Life to The Oceanic Depths
  21. 21. Etherization of Atmospheres
  22. 22. Forestation of The Earth
  23. 23. Currents
  24. 24. Currents II
  25. 25. Currents III
  26. 26. Initial Emission of Light
  27. 27. Creationism
  28. 28. Creationism II
  29. 29. Creationism III
  30. 30. Creationism IV
  31. 31. Creationism VII
  32. 32. Creationism VIII
  33. 33. Creationism IX
  34. 34. Creationism X
  35. 35. Creationism XI
  36. 36. Creationism XII
  37. 37. Creationism XIII
  38. 38. Creationism XIV
  39. 39. Conception of Electrical Activity
  40. 40. Chronicles of Time and Dimension
  41. 41. Spewing of Oceans to Solar Systems
  42. 42. Nautilus Formations
  43. 43. Primordial Soup
  44. 44. Nourishment of The Young
  45. 45. Universal String Theory
  46. 46. Universal String Theory II
  47. 47. Universal String Theory III
  48. 48. Universum III
  49. 49. Propogation
  50. 50. Development of Peculiar Fruits
  51. 51. Arise
  52. 52. Fractalus fe063
  53. 53. Geology
  54. 54. Landscape
  55. 55. Landscape II
  56. 56. Thrust
  57. 57. Apophusis Maximus III
  58. 58. Apophusis Maximus VI
  59. 59. Apophusis Maximus VIII
  60. 60. Apophysis 033
  61. 61. Apophysis 037
  62. 62. Apophysis 038
  63. 63. Apophysis 040
  64. 64. Apophysis 041
  65. 65. Apophysis 043
  66. 66. Dancing Light
  67. 67. Ecstasy
  68. 68. Exultation fe005
  69. 69. Fractalus fe053
  70. 70. Fractus Flora II
  71. 71. Octopuses Garden
  72. 72. The Dream Merchant
  73. 73. Strawberry Moon
  74. 74. Tree of Knowledge
  75. 75. Waterfall
  76. 76. Birds of Prey
  77. 77. Enchanted Reef
  78. 78. Paradise Bird
  79. 79. Paradise Bird III
  80. 80. Zephyr II
  81. 81. Alpha Omega II
  82. 82. Alpha Omega III
  83. 83. Amazonia
  84. 84. Aquatic Food Chain
  85. 85. A Star Is Born
  86. 86. Feminine Mystique
  87. 87. Got My Eye On You
  88. 88. Heaven’s Gate
  89. 89. Strange Fruit IV
  90. 90. Dismal Swamp
  91. 91. Feeder Bands
  92. 92. Into The Mystic
  93. 93. Pillow Talk
  94. 94. Sailing Away
  95. 95. ap18a
  96. 96. Shrimp Cocktail
  97. 97. Eagle’s Way III
  98. 98. Serpent II
  99. 99. Eagle’s Way
  100. 100. Subterranean Dwellers
  101. 101. FINIS

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