Charles Pompilius works both with the human form and Great Lakes landscape scenes. In 2011, Pompilius painted the official portrait of Michigan’s Governor Jennifer Granholm, which hangs in the capitol rotunda in Lansing, Michigan. Pompilius’ work has been shown throughout the United States including New York, San Francisco, Milwaukee, Scottsdale and Birmingham, MI. He has Bachelor’s of Fine Art from Central Michigan University and a Master’s of Fine Art from the University of Iowa. He has had residencies at Skowhegan, the Vermont Studio Center, Millay Colony for the Arts and the Ragdale Foundation. Pompilius is the recipient of a Pollack-Krasner Award and a Michigan Council for the Arts Creative Artist Grant.
Charles Pompilius resides and works out of his studio in Ferndale, Michigan.