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Charles 
Criner 

 

I love to capture the Black Experience in the form of people working in the fields. I believe that these images are important and they should be cherished windows into our past.

 

My art reflects my beliefs and the things that I like to do. Fishing has always been one of my favorite pastimes. Before I came to Houston in 1964, I fished with my brothers and sisters in the streams of East Texas. My fishing scenes reflect this.

  

 


  

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