I'm joined with Oxfordshire Artweeks for the first time this year.
I'm a pet portrait, equine and wildlife artist predominantly working in colour pencil, but also in graphite and acrylic ink.
This year I have created a new series of British Wildlife art which is available to purchase in the form of limited edition prints and greeting cards, for more information click the following link: https://www.charlottemarlow.co.uk/limited-edition-prints
I'm also available for commission of bespoke artwork. Should this be of interest to you I'd love to discuss your options with you. For more information please visit my website: https://www.charlottemarlow.co.uk/commission-your-portrait
For a five-minute read on my work, alongside two other Oxfordshire based animal artists, visit www.oxmag.co.uk/articles/artweeks-horses-and-hounds. For latest updates on my work, please see my facebook and instagram (links below).
Growing up in rural Perthshire, Scotland, I have always been inspired by our wildlife that surrounds us and that is so often overlooked.
Aged ten I began painting watercolours of flowers picked from my garden, and this evolved into local and familiar landscapes and seascapes. My focus then shifted to animals and I began painting pets and Scottish wildfowl and, following a school exhibition, I received my first pet portrait commission and I've been creating them ever since! Since then my style has grown and evolved, I have created bespoke brand-work for the National Trust for Scotland, bespoke artwork for All Souls College, Oxford, and I am now creating my British Wildlife art series which I hope will bring some positivity into our lives during this strange time.