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Charlotte Turner

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Living and working in a remote part of Devon, Charlotte creates minimalist seascapes and ‘dreamscapes’ in her highly recognisable style. She travels around the south west, sketching and photographing her favourite villages with their enchanting clusters of houses and fishing boats, then pares down each tranquil scene, creating an outline through her own unique brand of visual and emotional editing. Her work is influenced by her experience as a ceramic artist and a designer and painter of bespoke furniture. The seascapes have been a natural progression using the unique paint effect techniques she has developed over the years, using techniques like sgraffito (scratching through the wet paint) and layering to gain the different qualities of line. With four or fewer carefully selected colours, each piece makes a stunning decorative addition to any modern interior.

Has sold her art privately up to now so is an exciting new voice in galleries.

Runs a variety of prestigious projects celebrating art through practice, both teaching and creating public art.

Has had a successful career as a ceramic artist and a designer and painter of bespoke furniture, exhibiting at the British craft trade fair in Harrogate every year and selling successfully through shops and galleries nationwide.

Living and working in a remote part of Devon, Charlotte creates minimalist seascapes and ‘dreamscapes’ in her highly recognisable style. She travels around the south west, sketching and photographing her favourite villages with their enchanting clusters of houses and fishing boats, then pares down each tranquil scene, creating an outline through her own unique brand of visual and emotional editing. Her work is influenced by her experience as a ceramic artist and a designer and painter of bespoke furniture. The seascapes have been a natural progression using the unique paint effect techniques she has developed over the years, using techniques like sgraffito (scratching through the wet paint) and layering to gain the different qualities of line. With four or fewer carefully selected colours, each piece makes a stunning decorative addition to any modern interior.

Has sold her art privately up to now so is an exciting new voice in galleries.

Runs a variety of prestigious projects celebrating art through practice, both teaching and creating public art.

Has had a successful career as a ceramic artist and a designer and painter of bespoke furniture, exhibiting at the British craft trade fair in Harrogate every year and selling successfully through shops and galleries nationwide.