Department of Art Alumni
Charles Gehm has been both an illustrator and fine artist for over 40 years.
He's created movie posters ("Barry Lyndon", "The River"), limited edition prints ("Gone with the Wind", "The Wizard of Oz") and collector plates, as well as paperback book jackets for most major publishing houses. Among the many children's books he's illustrated, "The Thanksgiving Treasure" and "The House Without a Christmas Tree" received critical acclaim and were televised. Charles' fine art oil paintings and watercolors have been shown in galleries Scottsdale, AZ, Youngstown, Oh., Atlanta, Ga. and New York, and are included in numerous private collections. One of the paintings here, "Morning Ritual", recently won Best in Show in a Kent Artists Association exhibition.
Charlie was chosen to create a Christmas card for the New York Stock Exchange a few years ago, and the original is on display in their permanent collection. He's also won Best in Show twice in Richter Association for the Arts shows, and in the 2006 Newtown Artists' show at The White Silo.
Charles lives in Gaylordsville with his wife, fellow artist Judy York