A favored student and personal friend of the famous artist and teacher Dr. John Biggers, more people than ever are now collecting Charles Criner Art. My husband and I are among those who admire the works of this resident artist at The Printing Museum located in Houston, Texas.
Incredible discoveries can be made inside of our Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Already it is one of the largest art museums in the United States. Our MFAH continues to expand even today as I am writing this. The location of the MFAH is at 1001 Bissonnet Street, Houston, Texas 77005. William Ward Watkin designed […]
“Man coming out of the water” Print by Charles Criner What inspires an artist? Is it something deep within their soul, which must be expressed in some way tangible that the rest of us can see, touch, or experience? Is it a medium in which to share their feelings of joy or sadness? Is it […]
Museum of Fine Arts Houston Pictured above is my photo of the painting The Bonaventure Pine by Paul Signac. Those of us who live in Houston or who visit this city are fortunate in that we can see this masterpiece of pointillist style art created by Paul Signac in 1893 up close and personal at […]
“Trying to Catch Freedom” Sometimes when it comes to art, things seem to evolve and such is the case with this particular piece of art created by the well-known artist Charles Criner. Many people know him as the resident artist at the Printing Museum in Houston. It is there that he has his studio and […]