Charlotte Harriss

Charlotte Harris has been working in Folkestone’s Creative Quarter since 2004, she studied BA hons Fine Art at Leeds Metropolitan University and started to work as a professional artist when she graduated in 2003. At 21, she won the National Portrait Gallery’s BP Portrait Award 2003 and has since exhibited nationally and internationally. Her commissioned portrait of Dame Vivien Duffield forms part of the National Portrait Gallery’s contemporary collection.
Charlotte also paints realistic contemporary still life pieces and tackles subjects from everyday objects such as lemons and glass to childhood toys such as marbles and dominoes. Her painting “Strawberries and Cream was awarded first prize at the 2010 ING Discerning Eye Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London.
Charlotte somehow manages to create a sense of movement and drama within her work, which never ceases to amaze us.


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