Carlisle Chang’s art has had great impact on the Caribbean since the 1940s when his name made headlines in art reviews and the newspapers. His painting “Setting Out” is reproduced In the Trinidad Guardian of 11 Nov. 1948 and the writer comments that his work has the “correct blend of colour which harmonises the painting, and makes a fine study.”("Stimulating Exhibition of Art at the RVI.” Trinidad Guardian 11 Nov. 1948. Print.)
Here is a list of some of the paintings/artwork done by Chang.
Bird Panel 1 and II Conquerabia
The Elements Gayelle – Stick Fight
Javanese Dancer Koo Koo Actor Boy
Limbo Mavis band
Pique St. Augustine Estate
Setting Out, 1948 Speech Band- Drag Yuh Bow
Vendors William Oy – Pierrot Grenade
Some of Carlisle Chang's work has been destroyed over the years, the most widely known of these was the mural, Inherent Nobility of Man which was mounted at the Piarco International Airport.