Although raised in Vermont in the house built by his great-great-great Grandfather, Charlie Hunter is enamored of the vestiges of the Old West visible along back roads and railroad rights-of-way that he seeks out during annual painting and sketching forays. His work is in numerous private and museum collections, as well as featured in several books, most notably Richard Schmid’s ALLA PRIMA II. He made his BBAS debut in 2016, where he gained a measure of notoriety as John Potter’s Anglo manifestation.
- McLarry Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
- Davis & Blevins, St. Jo, TX
- West Branch Gallery, Stowe, VT
- Gallery North Star, Grafton, VT