I Don’t Know What My Life To Do With

Couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Steven Charles, breathtaking painter and “Artist In Residence” at Corra Films—-no literally, he lived in our closet for six weeks—has been showing his work (“I Don’t Know What My Life To Do With”) at the Stux Gallery in ‘Piping Down the Valleys Wild.‘ Steven is awesome, bottom line. As Art in America Magazine says, “it’s as if for Charles the act of painting is more like breathing.” A long time friend of Corra Films, he speaks with us often about his philosophies on life and on art, as he does in this interview with Elle. Charles has clung to a life minimal in expenses and frivolousness in order to make as much room for painting as possible. “I’m not married, I don’t have kids, and I never will. I just want to paint!” says Charles. Go check out his work at the Stux before the show closes on August 3rd. And to Steven, our closet door will alway be open to you.

One Comment

  1. peter strand
    Posted September 30, 2012 at 11:38 am | Permalink

    Would like to show Wild Blue Yonder to my Documentary Films study grouip at Northwestern University’s Lifelong Learning Institute .We have
    30 members of retirees from various fields.

    I.m a retired film director and a great admirer of the Maysles Brothers work.

    Is it possible to borrow it for a screening?

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