About Charlotte Fisher
"I paint to create more beauty into this world and inspire others to celebrate their highest self and to follow their dreams."
Charlotte Fisher is an emerging Swedish contemporary artist based in Australia. She wants to bring beauty and inspiration to this world and for people to want to reach new heights by painting large statements in oil colors and mixed media on large canvases. Her portraits and figures are dreamy, mixing realism, with symbolism and abstract. Her works are often unplanned and spontaneous as she seek the immediate guidance from within, discovering and learning new/old concepts towards enlightening, secrets unveiled or reborn for humans to reach their fullest potential as the work unfolds.
She has painted for as long as she can remember and when growing up she always choose to do art as elective throughout school. While studying, she tried to connect everything that she was learning and felt as if much was lacking. She asked herself "What does truly matter in life? What is my souls purpose? I have a feeling there is more." She had a spiritual experience as a young teenager and in search for a quest of a higher meaning she took a year of school at 18 to travel by herself to the other side of the world and deepen her spiritual experience in life. She later finished her studies and also studied Visual Art and moved to Australia. Charlotte has found her purpose by sharing her truth, passion, inspire others to celebrate their highest self and to follow their dreams.
Education in Art:
Diploma of Visual Art 2014
Online Courses through Milan Art Institute 2019
The Martin Hanson Art Awards, 2020 Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum, "2020 Framed" Assemblage, Mixed media
Stockholm FOI (solo exhibition) "All Things Beautiful" 2019
"All Things Beautiful" Rockhampton (solo exhibition) 2019
The Bayton Awards, The Rockhampton Art Gallery, finalist, 2015
Seven on the line (Group exhibition) 2014
CQ Creates, finalist 2014
The Mackay Show, 2013
The Bayton Awards, The Rockhampton Art Gallery, finalist 2013