Colombo has traveled internationally, painting in both Mexico and Costa Rica, and has spent a great deal of time working in the New England area, as well as Maryland’s eastern shore, Key West, Florida, and the American Virgin Islands. The largest portion of his painting has been done in Delaware where Charles has lived his whole life.
Concentrating on his expertise in watercolor or a mixed media, Colombo’s diversity is revealed in his subject matter; as he moves from eastern shore scenes and country settings, to city streets and characters, or a strongly revealing portrait.
Presently, he is continuing to increase his life long diverse painting of the Delaware area where he has documented the areas natural forms and motifs of trees, dales, barns and houses. He records the beauty of mundane and commonplace scenes – scenes that many people might pass by.
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