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Rod Charlesworth
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Rod Charlesworth - North of 60
 
Rod Charlesworth - Game Time
 
Rod Charlesworth - Almost Time for Hot Chocolate
 
Rod Charlesworth - September, Rockies Near Canmore
 
Rod Charlesworth - The Road Game
 
Rod Charlesworth - Overtime
 
Rod Charlesworth - Crooked Lake, Late Light
 
Rod Charlesworth - The Shinny Game
 
Rod Charlesworth - Autumn, Quaint Street
 
Rod Charlesworth - September Sky, Northern Sheild
 
Rod Charlesworth - Peace Country Late Light
 
Rod Charlesworth - Late Afternoon Light Fishermans Loft
 
Rod Charlesworth - Indian Summer
 
Rod Charlesworth - Stewart River, Yukon
 
Rod Charlesworth - Breaking Light, Northern Ontario
 
Rod Charlesworth - Around Thanksgiving
 
Rod Charlesworth - Autumn Light, White Pass
 
Rod Charlesworth - West of Jasper
 
Rod Charlesworth - Rockies, Near Jasper
 
Rod Charlesworth - Tulips and Shadows
 
Rod Charlesworth - September Shores Okanagan Lake
 
Rod Charlesworth - After Midnight
 
Rod Charlesworth - Big Fluffy Flakes
 
Rod Charlesworth - In December
 
Rod Charlesworth - Autumn Light, Jackson Lake
 
Rod Charlesworth - Starlit
 
Rod Charlesworth - September, Nothern Ontario
 
Rod Charlesworth - Northern October
 
Rod Charlesworth - Algonquin Solace
 
Rod Charlesworth - North Okanagan, September Colours
 
Rod Charlesworth - An Early Cold Spell
 
Rod Charlesworth - July Sky, La Ronge
 
Rod Charlesworth - "Mom and Dad are inside watching Ed Sulivan"
 
Rod Charlesworth - Sheltered Bay, NFLD
 
Rod Charlesworth - Great Slave Lake
 
Rod Charlesworth - Golden Light
 
Rod Charlesworth - Near Minaki, Ontario
 

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Born in northern B.C., Rod moved to the Okanagan at a young age. The surrealists influenced his earliest paintings. He then discovered the works of the impressionist's school which has taken him to his current artistic interests which include a keen interest in experimenting with colour and the physical qualities of paint. Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven have also had a profound influence on his work.

Rod's work is now collected worldwide and he is committed to painting images that have a strong Canadian cultural influence, expressed through his bold landscapes or his more recent whimsical images of children at play.