Off the Wall
Charlotte’s latest work is painted on wire mesh, and hung up in the gallery space – off the wall! The paintings hover in the space and you can walk round them, yet they are not sculptures. They are re-workings of old master paintings and clues will be available as to what the originals actually are. But they are new beautiful works in their own right and you will enjoy spending some time in their strange unworldly presence.
Black Swan Arts, 23rd - December 24th 2013
2 Bridge Street, Frome, Somerset BA11 1BB
Tel 01373 47398
Charlotte Moore and Francis Sokomba
House Gallery, June 28th - July 11th 2013
70 Camberwell Church Street
London SE5 8QZ
Charlotte Moore and Martin Kalberer, 26-28 April 2013
As in their previous exhibition Empty Chairs, Charlotte and Martin have again collaborated on a particular theme: this time the subject is bridges.
The word ‘bridge’ has been used metaphorically in a variety of ways, from bridging the earthly with the divine, to more colloquial uses such as ‘bridge over troubled water’. The works in this exhibition explore the forms and symbolism of bridges in wood, clay and print.
Bath Artists’ Studio Gallery
Bath Artists’ Studios, The Old Malthouse
Comfortable Place, Upper Bristol Road
Bath BA1 3AJ
Charlotte Moore exhibition at Gallery Venetiae, Amsterdam
A solo exhibition featuring Charlotte’s unique mesh pictures and carborundum prints, complimented by paintings relating to the mesh pictures in style and subject.
1016 RJ Amsterdam
15 September-15 December 2012
A collaborative exhibition of prints by Charlotte Moore and sculptures by furniture maker Martin Kalberer was held at the Bath Artists’ Studio Gallery 19th - 22nd May 2011.
The commonplace chair is easily taken for granted in everyday life. But to see the chair simply as a piece of furniture is to overlook its metaphorical and allegorical power.
Charlotte Moore studied fine art at Chelsea School of Art and at Falmouth College of Art. Her work is in private collections in Australia, England, France, Italy, and the United States.
In these new painting constructions, semi-transparent layers of paint on wire mesh enrich the colours and confound the eye.
While drawing on the rich traditions of art history, these thoroughly modern painting constructions evoke the pixel-based modulation of digital imagery.
The Catalogue below includes selection of Charlotte’s inventive and intriquing wire mesh pictures, along with more traditional paintings and prints.
“The technique of art is to make objects unfamiliar; a work is created artistically so that its perception is impeded and the greatest possible effect is produced through the slowness of the perception.”
— Victor Schlowsky, Art as Technique
A selection of paintings, prints and constructions by Charlotte Moore.