excerpt from article art review in New City: “In one of the most poignant pieces, New England artist Christopher Cart presents a nude woman turning away from her mirror in confusion and dismay—perhaps she just realized that she is no
family portrait oil on canvas, 36 x 42
Composition is one of those aspects of paint learning that will never be complete. You can never sign off and say, “Well, I learned that now on to painting”. Composition possibilities are endless and fascinating. An art friend and I
Portrait of the the Lacasse boys in Italy. Oil on canvas
Portrait of Edna St Vincent Millay, oil on canvas 2017 I painted this portrait for the Millay Poetry Festival in Rockland, Maine in 2017. This is my vision of what she might have looked like had she not died in
this is the poster designed for the 2017 Hallowell Woodstock Revival Festival, with live music and arts and artisan fair.
oil on canvas, 20 x 24 inches
A paradox? A paradox, A most ingenious paradox! We’ve quips and quibbles heard in flocks, But none to beat this paradox! A paradox, a paradox, A most ingenious paradox. Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, This paradox. Pirates
A logo designed for a new marijuana bud sorting machine.
Playbill designed for Gaslight Theater’s production of Promises, Promises.
A study for a painting of 2 dancers – pencil and conte on toned paper.
A theater playbill design for Gaslight Theater in Hallowell, Maine for the play Picnic. Picnic is a 1953 play by William Inge. The play was premiered at the Music Box Theatre, Broadway, on 19 February 1953 in a Theatre Guild
Poster and t-shirt design for the Second Annual Woodstock Revival in Hallowell, Maine. A great event with tons of great art, music and dancing.
A poster designed for a benefit for Scott Baker at the Quarry taproom in Hallowell, Maine.
new portrait commission, 2016 36 x 36 inches, Acrylic on canvas.
A commissioned portrait of a mother and daughter at Old Orchard Beach in Maine.
Poster and t-shirt design for Hallowell’s first Annual Woodstock Revival Music and Art Festival.
Sometimes just playing with dark lines on white paper is the best. It feels like magic when you take a blank page and with a few spare lines you tell a full story. …and for now back to the brushes,
A soap label designed for a great brush soap