Charles' technical background makes him uniquely qualified to straddle the worlds of art and science. The creative tension between technology and human experience provides the raw material for his fine art & photography, particularly the nascent processes at the heart of pre-conscious perception. Only a portion of that rich activity sweeps into our fully aware experiences of sensation and deliberation.
Charles H Carver is an award-winning digital artist. His work has been featured in the book Secrets of Award-Winning Digital Artists, Digital Fine Art Magazine, Black and White magazine, and has been shown in the United States, Australia, Europe and Russia through selection into an elite group of digital artists through International Digital Art Awards, Seybold Seminars Digital Art Awards and MacWorld Digital Art contests. His work investigates the dynamic relationships that unfold in object-rich environments during the selection of form and meaning. Coherent figures, scenes and situations are emergent features of perception that first reside in pools of potential meaning and form. Even simple perceptions must unfold over time to achieve stability. That is the process of real perception and the perception of the real. There is no shuttling of ready-made forms into our head during perception, but rather, dynamic processes of selection and form adhering to the meanings that we supply.
The content at Anxious-Buddha places you in the bond between two creative worlds— the world of natural perception and the world of mental considerations about perceptual content, which tend to cycle back into the ever-refreshing perceptual stream itself and bring it to completion as a new accomplishment of consciousness.