Charlotte Anne Crank
Charlotte has shown an interest in creating art ever since she was able to hold a crayon. She started taking art classes when she was just four years old. She painted for two hours and sometimes up to six hours a day. She has shown patience and creative love when it comes to sketching and painting.
This collection on display at T. Salon and Gallery shows the gradual development of her skill through time and hard work. Some of these paintings were completed when she was as young as four and up to eight years old. At nine, she spent a year painting a large dragon piece on consignment for her Uncle. Cha-Ching!
The beauty of Charlotte’s work covers a range of areas. The textures from a pallet knife that capture the Mediterranean heat rising. Another medium with chalk that covers a large canvas with muted colors to reveal a flower in bloom is a lounging cat. More demanding still, her Mother and Child piece shows her skill and steady hand through sketching and layered painting.
Charlotte’s work is not only a creative outlet for herself, she also loves to share her work as gifts to friends and relatives.
Thanks to Tori, Teresa and T. Salon and Gallery for supporting Charlotte and giving her the opportunity to share her work.
We hope you enjoy it as much as we have!
Charlotte’s work can be viewed January 10, 2019 - April 30, 2019.