Blue Trio


artist: Charlotte Russell Stoneham
medium: Acrylic and Gouache
image size (mm): 370 x 240
frame size (mm): 508 x 348

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Charlotte Russell Stoneham studied at Central St Martins University of the Arts, London where she completed her degree specialising in Fashion Print (2001- 2005) Having first completed a foundation in Art and Design at the London College of Fashion (2000-2001).
After completing her degree at Central St Martins University of the Arts, Charlotte worked in both London and New York, designing fabric and embroideries for both fashion and interiors, as well as wallpaper designs and freelance illustration.
She completed a PGCE in Art and Design at The Institute of Education UCL (2007-2008) She taught art and textiles for many years and ran a successful art department in her role as head of art, until having her son in 2017.
She moved from London to the Cotswolds in 2018 where she lives with her young son.
She is currently working towards her first solo exhibition. Focusing on mixed media still life, working from her small studio in the Cotswolds.
Her work is hung in private homes across the world.
Her artwork “JUGS A TRIO” is exhibited in The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2023. Artist Statement-Charlotte Russell Stoneham
My recent work is focused on capturing the beauty in the everyday, our connection to objects both practical- appreciating the functionality of objects and to those objects we find sentimental which evoke memories and connection when used.
I incorporate various processes within my work such as screen printing and pattern, often experimenting with a variety of media and techniques, I love the experimental effect of screen printing, each totally unique, the effect of texture or even marbling. In my current work I use mixed-media, painting in watercolour and gouache and screen printing with gouache or acrylic.
I enjoy using bold, vivid colour including contrasting and complimentary colours. My current work involves cutting out each element which gives a slight 3D element and importantly emphasises the shape and form of each object.
Various techniques and processes are included within one final painting.
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