Charles Ginnever

Evolutionary Timeline

Green Mountain Blue II

Green Mountain Blue II (1978)
Collection of The National Gallery of Australia, New South Wales
800.0 h x 2130.0 w x 120.0 d cm. / 26'4" h x 70' w x 4'd

Charles Ginnever
was born in San Mateo, CA in 1931. He is best known for his large scale open form works for the outdoors. The first of these was started in 1958 with abandoned railroad ties and structural steel. The result was a deconstruction of prevailing sculptural spatial concepts that has continued to the present.

Since 1965 purchased materials have been used to create works placed throughout the U.S. & Australia. He currently resides at his studio farm in rural Vermont.
© Charles Ginnever

Ithaca 1959
Ithaca 1959

Dante's Rig 1964
Dante's Rig 1964
Zeus 1975
Python 1980
Luna Moth Walk
Luna Moth Walk 1982 - 1985
Kitsuni 1983
Giant Steps
Giant Steps
93 - 2007
Current Large Works
Rashomon - panorama
Giant Steps - panorama
Mirage - panorama
Transitions - panorama
Early Works - slide shows
1953 to 1979

Early Film Clips
- flash video
1965 to present - major large scale
Drawing and Prints - slide show

Represented by
Gayle Maxon-Edgerton