Just in time for spooky season, Charlotte Fraser has created a series full of creepy crawlers! From ghost crabs to colorful bugs, this collection pays homage to Fraser's childhood on the coast and love for unusual things.
Meet the Artist:
Charlotte Fraser is a Lowcountry native, born and raised in Hilton Head. With creative parents who fostered a love of the arts and the natural world around us, Charlotte has been making art since childhood. After graduating from Clemson with her bachelors and Harvard with her masters, she spent many years as an art teacher, cultivating the skills and passions of her students from Arkansas, to DC, to Charleston. Now, as a full-time mother and artist, she works in her home studio in Charleston, SC. Her strong draw to macro photography has inspired her paintings of singular strong subject. This intentional way of painting gives full respect and appreciation to every aspect of that subject. Charlotte is a representational artist, working in acrylic, gouache, watercolor, and charcoal.
About the Collection:
"The Crawlers Collection was inspired by my lifelong interest in somewhat strange and unusual things. In planning for an October show, I wanted to lean into the quirky bug paintings I have been enjoying and finally start something that has long been on my inspiration list, crabs! Growing up on the coast, I have had a love for crabs since a very young age. The colors, the details, the textures and the personalities that shine through were really motivating for this series. In naming the series, I incorporated another deep love of mine, Game of Thrones. I named each painting after a character from the series I felt was embodied in the finished piece."
- Charlotte Fraser
Meet the Crawlers
Cersei, 11 x 14
Margaery & Lady Olenna, 12 x 12 each
Tyrion, 12 x 12
The Hound & Melisandre, 12 x 16 each
Jon Snow, 12 x 16
Arya & Sansa, 12 x 16 each
Brienne, 12 x 16
Jaime, 12 x 16
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