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Fisherton Mill, Salisbury
2nd May - 6th June. Open Tuesday-Friday 10-5, and 9.30-5.30 on Saturdays

An exhibition showing the sketches and finished work following a life-changing trip to Galapagos in 2014.  Includes a life-sized Lonesome George sculpture in willow, and welded steel Waved Albatrosses.  There are landscape sketches, paintings and etchings, and a chance to discover a bit about Charlotte's teaching work in Galapagos.

This is part of Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival 2015

Rugby Club, Castle Road, Salisbury
7th April, 7pm for 7.30

The Galapagos Conservation Trust and inspiring future conservationists through art. Come and hear about this and learn some nuts and bolts of making sculpture!

RE-DISCOVERING GALAPAGOS DAY at the Royal Geographical Society
28th October 2013
Charlotte's Galapagos-inspired sculptures and prints of curious wildlife and spectacular volcanic landscapes, and drop-in activities focused on wildlife and landscape will form part of a day to launch the Galapagos Conservation Trust's Discovering Galapagos education project.
Link about the day and how to book:

6-8th September 2014

Showing bronze sculptures in the Cathedral Close with 80 top makers from around the UK.

Steel animal sculptures and willow animals showing at Cosy Club on New Street.

SALISBURY ART TRAIL 2013, 5-13th October, 2013
Smith and Williamson, The Old Library Chambers, Chipper Lane, Salisbury:
Bronze portraiture and figurative sculpture.
Exhibition continues to 1st November.

River Bourne Community Farm:
Lively animal sculptures in steel, willow and other materials

Solstice Sculpture Trail:
The six landmark sculptures created with Salisbury International Arts Festyival and QinetiQ's apprentice aeronautical enginers at Solstice park, Amesbury, with a guided walk led by Charlotte on  Monday 7th.

1st-31st May 2013, Delamore, Cornwood, Ivybridge, Devon, PL21 9QT

Riverbourne Community Farm, Laverstock - Nature of Art in Wessex project

See the previous page for resource packs to download and make your own tiles or flying birds.

Salisbury Promenade with Plain Arts, showing at Fisherton Mill, 11th-19th September, 2010:


A life-sized steel cow, inspired by rock-hopping, seaweed eating cows encountered in the Hebrides.

Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf
at The House of Fairy Tales Exhibition, Salisbury Arts Centre, 7th August - 18th September 2010

Salisbury Art Trail, 10th - 18th October, 2009  

The Stockbridge Gallery - ongoing

The Stockbridge Gallery specialises in dog art, and stocks a rolling selection of Charlotte's work.

Old Dog, New Dog, Fisherton Mill, Salisbury, November 2007

An exhibition to celebrate 14 years of beloved labrador-companion and first few months of new puppy, plus a few other animals.

Clockwise Labrador

I Can Fly and      Ruby


Sprawled Pup

Yew Tree, Salisbury Arts Centre, 11th October - end November 2006

40 Artists create an extraordinary spectrum of work from the same yew that was felled to make way for the Arts Centre extension.

Yew Barked?

Inspired by Trees, Salisbury Arts Centre,

18th July - 12th August, 2006

Featuring new woodcarvings and tree-inspired work, this lively solo exhibition shows an energetic new phase of work.

Tip Toe is a new piece made from a single piece of yew.  It is 10'6" tall.

Lady Dunphie's Cider Apple Tree, a steel piece showing the person within the tree.

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