Charlotte Harris

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The main features of this edition are my portrait of Leeds Metropolitan University Student Union Presidents and of Mr Graham Furneaux.  After being inspired by the beautiful china and glasswear  seen on a recent visit to Amsterdam, my current still life work includes objects collected on the trip.  The latest pieces are on display at the Grocery Gallery.   -   Charlotte

Still life with vase and spoon
Oil on canvas

Message from the artist

October 2007

Portrait of Graham Furneaux

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This latest still life is on sale at the Grocery Gallery, along with a number of other pieces and limited edition prints of Charlotte’s work.

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Graham Furneaux is is a local businessman and this portrait was commissioned by his family to hang in their home.

Text Box: Portrait of Leanne Creighton, Louise Sweeney and Anne-Marie Watkinson

“The leadership of the sabbatical officers is energising, deepening participation and promoting student-centred approaches” - Vice Chancellor, LMU

This large painting (4ftx5ft) was commissioned by the Leeds Metropolitan University as part of their centenary celebrations.  It portrays the outgoing sabbatical vice-presidents and president from the Student Union, all of whom have made a significant and valuable contribution during their time in office.  Their many campaigns included action on student housing and promotion of the annual volunteering fair.   


New studio address

Charlotte has moved.  Her studio telephone number will change, details of which will be placed in the next newsletter. Her mobile number and email address remain the same.  Her new studio address is:
Studio 12, 35/37 Tontine Street, Folkestone CT20 1JT
Mobile: 07990 945457

“Leeds Met is ever-changing and is becoming more and more student-oriented. Students here are part of something they can change and have an impact on” - Anne-Marie Watkinson