Acrylics on wood series
1992, Chambéry, France
“Young Chambéry’s artist, art has always been part of my daily life. When I was little, I used to draw drawing contests with members of my family, on reproductions of comics, flagship characters from my childhood. Then I did evening classes with a teacher who graduated from the fine arts, mainly oriented towards pastel. I then followed the plastic art option in high school, where I discovered a passion for Pop-art. After having touched on several techniques, that of pop art was meaningful for me, and filled with opportunities. After leaving the painting aside for professional reasons, the drawing caught up with me and I thought, why not. I have been fully involved in my painter activity for 3 years now. For me pop art is a way of expressing several facets of the same personality, while managing to captivate the emotions, the feelings. “
Charlotte B develops her art through what she feels when she sees faces, places and looks for the best way to highlight them. For Charlotte B, drawing has always been part of her daily life. Without ever stopping to draw, she then followed the plastic art option in high school, where she discovered a passion for Pop-art. She learned several techniques there, that of pop art was meaningful to her, and full of possibilities. After leaving painting aside for professional reasons, the desire to create caught up with her and since then, she has been fully involved in her painter activity for 3 years now. Self-taught, Charlotte B dedicates herself entirely to her art and is in the constant search for emotion through her works.