Lot 318 - Sophie Charalambous - Hoopoe in the Landscape after Simon Manrion
Watercolour, ink and gouache on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust.
Sophie Charalambous is a Visual Artist and Designer. She combines her own practice with working collaboratively in the theatre and leading arts projects with community groups.
She teaches drawing and painting at the Prince’s Drawing School and Mary Ward Centre and regularly collaborates with the British Museum creating and delivering events and workshops which respond to the changing exhibitions.
In her own practice she explores, through drawing, the theatricality of every day places, re-imagining them with a heightened sense of reality and detail. She works from observation and memory using a variety of materials.
Sophie lives and works in London.
2015 Award in Education and Training
2008-09 The Drawing Year, Postgraduate Programme. The Prince’s Drawing School, London.
2001-02 Postgraduate Study in Theatre Design. Motley Theatre Design Course, London.
1991- 94 BA Fine Art Painting (2:1) Brighton University, Brighton.
Art Project “Our London, Your Museum” Designing a display case for the Museum of London Clore Education Centre with a Supplementary School Group
Group Exhibition Royal Drawing School at Christie’s New York Rockefeller Centre NYC
Group Exhibition David Gluck Memorial Prize for Drawing First Prize. Mall Galleries, London
Solo Exhibition “On Kurtulus Street” The Hellenic Centre, London
Solo Exhibition “From the Foreshore” Jessica Carlisle Gallery, Knightsbridge.
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