Every town and city, near and far, have their very own treasures. And these treasures are many. We each know of some. They come in many forms. Some are places. Some are things. Some are people. And in this case, the treasure is Charles Eugene Forsythe, a long-time resident of Frederick, Maryland.
In my new short film, The Flow Of Forsythe, we catch a glimpse of Charles’s world of yesteryear and today, as he describes his ideas, experiences, and philosophy of art. His career spans back to the 1950s when he came on the scene as an abstract painter.
At 7:00 P.M., on Saturday, November 5, 2011, stop by Artomatic@Frederick and spend a moment of your time seeing and hearing one of Frederick’s local treasures share the story of his artistic journey in The Flow Of Forsythe.
After the screening, Charles and I will be on-hand to meet you and share thoughts about the film. Hope to see you there.