“With their geometric forms, intriguing colour palettes and architectural spaces, her prints explore the fertile ground between two dimensions and three…” –Look Up Gallery

She started working with silkscreen printing whilst undertaking her Masters at Central Saint Martins and hasn’t stopped since. She regularly exhibits her work alongside other printmakers and multi-disciplinary artists and designers. She has worked professionally in Silkscreen Printing studios and­­ holds screen printing workshops for the public and at design events.

Her use of geometric abstraction touches upon the ambiguity of space on a two dimensional surface. She might include some collaged representations of objects, people and spaces too. She is intent on reducing form, visually dissecting and condensing the properties of objects and ideas to create a notion of something rather than a direct representation.

If you would like to read more about Charlotte’s work then click here and see what she said to Look Up Gallery when they asked her questions.