Charlotte Filbert is a well-known American artist and painter, born on October 22, 1980. She has sold more than 10,000 paintings worldwide to date. Charlotte showed her interest in painting at the early age of 5 and has since then exhibited her work in several galleries and art fairs from the late 90s to the present day. She attended Bryn Mawr Preparatory School during her formative years and later, in 1998, she earned her BFA in Painting and Art History from The College of Santa Fe in New Mexico.
In 2004, Charlotte moved to New York City and gained recognition as an artist at the NYC Soho Opera Gallery, which became her mainstream breakthrough in the US and Europe. She has exhibited alongside some of the most prominent artists, including Chagall, Picasso, Miro, Banksy, Harif Guzman, John Codling, Shepard Fairey, and Mr. Brainwash. Charlotte has participated in several prestigious art fairs between 2004 and 2023, such as Art Basel Miami, Art Basel Switzerland, Scope Miami, The Affordable Art Fair NYC, and Art Southampton. Charlotte has been featured in countless publications, including Vanity Fair, Architectural Digest Magazine, Hamptons Magazine, House and Garden, Charleston Magazine, Jalouse, and many others.
As an artist, Charlotte has traveled across the country and the world, having had studios and galleries in Santa Fe NM, Los Angeles CA, Greenwich CT, East Hampton NY, NYC, Key Largo, Newport RI, Saint Remy France, Sullivan’s Island SC, Charleston, and now Greenville SC, and Asheville NC. Charlotte spends her time creating vibrant abstract large-scale oil paintings that are now a part of numerous collections and have dedicated collectors all over the country and world. Her artwork is owned by well-known personalities such as Robin Williams, Tommy Hilfiger, Christie Brinkley, Chad Muska, Lauren Holly, Keith Hernandez, and Huey Lewis.
Charlotte draws inspiration for her work from travel, nature, music, and social issues - particularly, music before 1990, trees, climate, and animal rights issues. Her heavy use of thick oil paint gives her artwork a sculptural and mosaic quality that is unmistakably hers. Charlotte continues to paint daily and currently exhibits at The Miller Gallery in Charleston and in Aspen, Colorado.