Just released in 2014, the 50th anniversary of his career, New Horizons highlights the many places and moods of Charles H. Pabst, a kaleidoscope of his talent, following up on his first book, Reflections. Having completed his first serious oil painting at the age of 14, Charles Pabst’s ongoing career has now spanned half a century. This book, with over 70 images, highlights his most recent work, reflecting the new horizons he has experienced in both his life and craft.
This collectors edition book, Reflections, published in 2004, is Charles Pabst’s first authorized publication. This exclusive coffee table book is elegantly presented and contains 128 pages with 77 full color images of Pabst’s most popular works. Includes the story of the artist and his life, as well as a revealing interview about his influences and thoughts. Recognized for its excellence and beauty in a juried competition held by the Print Industries Association, Pabst’s book was awarded first place with the Gold Certificate of Excellence. Leather edition also available in clamshell presentation case.
“Words fail me. Your book is so wonderful on so many levels, as an art edition, a testimony to a loving family, and an autobiography. I am enjoying it so much. It will reside on my coffee table just under my treasured painting.” —Alice, Naples, FL
“We received the magnificent book Reflections. The artwork means so much more after learning about the artist, his family, and his values. Knowing he is a man of faith is a very big plus, and his paintings reflect this with their serene beauty, strength and peace.” —John & Elaine, Oro Valley, AZ
“After enjoying your wonderful Moran Point painting and having read your description of the Tetons in Reflections, we decided you were the artist the create the painting we sought…. It way exceeds our highest expectations.” —David & Kathy, Phoenix, AZ
“We love the book and have it in a place of honor — the living room coffee table.”
—Alan & Susan, Mexico, MO
“Thank you for the beautiful book of art. It is really inspiring and we are blessed every time we look through it.” —Joanne & Bill, Scottsdale, AZ