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Charley Harper

There is more than meets the eye in a Charley Harper Serigraph. In his artwork, the first look may reveal an animal, bird, tree, some color...but then the unique linear patterns and shapes grab you with a special Harper message of some little drama in life taking place right before you. Charles Harper is probably the only wildlife artist in America who has never been compared to Audubon. And never will be. For his is wildlife art without the fuss and feathers - minimal realism, he calls it. "I don't try to put everything in; I try to leave everything out," he explains, adding impishly, "I never count the feathers in the wings; I just count the wings." Reared on a West Virginia farm he spent most of his life residing in Cincinnati. Charley sadly passed away in 2007. His artwork, his humor and his kind heart will be sorely missed by all whom he has met and touched. Charley Harper had made three personal appearances at The Frame Workshop.
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Serigraphs by Charley Harper - Published by Frame House Gallery
Unless otherwise indicated
ALL Charley Harper artwork on these pages is
SIGNED by the artist and displayed
in Alphabetical order!
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Phancy Pheathers
Charley Harper Serigraph
Phancy Pheathers<br>Charley Harper Serigraph
The ring-necked pheasant - clotheshorse 
of the cornfields or haberdasher's 
nightmare?  What's he wearing?  White tie 
and tails, or short-sleeved, long-tailed, 
loud-mouthed sport shirt with open collar?  
Is it a smart art deco design, or too many 
colors and patterns lumped together?  Is it 
the grandeur of silk or the gaucherie of 
sequins?  Does it matter?  A rainbow in the 
snow is better bromide for the mid-winter 
blahs than buying a new spring outfit 
around the phirst of Phebruary.

Serigraph - 11 x 30 inches
Image Size - 7 x 26 inches

Limited Edition of 2500
Published by Frame House Gallery, 
Released 1977
  Price    $400.00
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Charley Harper Serigraph

Skunks have The Bomb. Long ago they won the animal arms race, glands down; now they walk among us in peace, using their terrible weapon only as a deterrent. Raccoons have The Brain. High in IQ, cutes, cunning and caution, they are making it big in the suburbs with their upwardly mobile lifestyle. Raccoons will scatter your garbage, trash your property and charm you right out of your tree. Their mechanical aptitude is legendary. Heaven help us if they ever get The Bomb! Serigraph - 18 x 28 inches Image Size - 14 x 24 inches Limited Edition of 1000 Published by Frame House Gallery, Released 1984 Available Framed ONLY - Triple matted with float and large Nielson metal frame to Conservation/Preservation standards. Frame Size: 23 x 32 inches
Raccoonnaissance<br>Charley Harper Serigraph
Racc n' Ruin
Charley Harper Serigraph

A pet raccoon is a bundle of fun. Ransacked drawers, unstuffed sofas, shredded curtains, emptied purses, unplugged appliances, peeled wallpaper, dumped sugar bowls, spilled honey - fun like that. Raccoons can turn door knobs, undo latches, pry open windows, uncap bottles, pull corks, turn on water faucets- and forget to turn them off. They are notorious for breaking and entering-your home and your heart. Serigraph - 21 x 25 inches Image Size - 12 x 16 inches Limited Edition of 1500 Published by Frame House Gallery, Released 1981
Racc n' Ruin<br>Charley Harper Serigraph
Charley Harper Serigraph

You've got to get up mighty early in the morning to outwit a raccoon. And if this is your birdfeeder, you'd better get up early anyway, to refill it. Now you know what's been happening to your sunflower seed between sunset and sunrise -- the masked moonlighter. Maybe you thought the neighborhood owl had turned vegetarian? Or that your squirrels had insommnia? Or that the starlings had started a night shift? Not so. It's just another example of good ol' Ameraccoongenuity. Serigraph - 12 x 30 inches Image Size - 8 x 26 inches Limited Edition of 1000 Published by Frame House Gallery, Released 1983 Available Framed ONLY - Triple matted with float and Nielson metal frame to Conservation/Preservation standards. Frame Size: 15-5/8 x 33-3/4 inches
Raccsnack<br>Charley Harper Serigraph
Sugar Free
Charley Harper Serigraph's not exactly sugar free, but it's free--for the taking. Sunny days and frosty nights in early spring signal time to tap the sugar maple, collect the clear, sweet sap, and boil it down to maple sugar, so dear to every sweet tooth. You may ask: don't the collecting buckets have lids? Sure, but so does your garbage can, and how long did it take these bandits to gain raccess to it? A sweet tooth in the wild finds precious little satisfaction; sometimes it must be sought syruptitiously. Serigraph - 15 x 23 inches Image Size - 11 x 19 inches Limited Edition of 1000 Published by Frame House Gallery, Released March 1987
Sugar Free<br>Charley Harper Serigraph
Squirrel in a Squall
Charley Harper Serigraph

Fall is the busy season for a squirrel as the nut glut hits: he eats enough to put on his thermal underwear of fat and buries the rest: pig out now, dig out later. When October turns suddenly soggy, no problem. He never leaves home without his umbrella, which is also his sunshade, his banner, his parachute, his rudder and his stabilizer for death-defying aerial acts. If he forgets where he puts the nuts when snow falls, don't worry -- he never forgets where you put your bird feeder. Serigraph - 16 x 16 inches Image Size - 13 x 13 inches Limited Edition of 1000 Published by Frame House Gallery, Released September 1983
Squirrel in a Squall<br>Charley Harper Serigraph
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