Charlotte Harris

Welcome the June edition of my newsletter.  I was delighted with the reaction to my latest commission which was unveiled in Leeds at the end of May and is the main feature of this month’s edition.  I also hope to produce further still-life paintings during the summer and will be exhibiting these on my website and at The Grocery Gallery.


Message from the artist

June 2007

“This portrait by an award-winning recent graduate captures Emma's attitude of absolute determination to create opportunities for students”
Vice-Chancellor, LMU

Emma Beith became the first President of the Leeds Metropolitan University Athletic Union in 2005 and has had an outstanding two years in office.  To mark Emma’s excellent contribution to sports and the university, Charlotte was commissioned to paint her portrait and the unveiling took place at the end of May during the inaugural Athletic Union Sports Awards held at Headingley Carnegie Stadium. 

Charlotte’s BP Portrait Award winning painting of her Grandmother also belongs to the university, along with two

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Text Box: New work

Still life with Red Pepper,
oil on canvas,


Text Box: Portrait of Emma Beith outside Carnegie Hall

other pieces.  The collection with be added to further in July when Charlotte’s portrait of the three heads of the student union will be presented as part of the celebration for the University’s Centenary Year.  Pictures and reports covering the Sports Awards event are available on the University website on the latest news area and under the VC reflects column.

Still life with Pear,
oil on canvas,