Charlotte Brown lives and works in London, UK. Her work utilises printmaking – etching and stone lithography, cast lead sculpture and hand embroidered textiles, to explore the weight and worth of family relationships through objects.

She employs traditional techniques which are often laborious and painstaking in their execution to explore themes of familial inheritance and relationships, invested objects and heirlooms, and Freudian psychologies. Printmaking and casting as iterative and reproductive processes refer to ideas surrounding generational inheritance of physical traits and objects.

She graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2012 and is currently studying towards an MA in Academic Practice at UAL researching the idea of ‘mess’ conceptually.

Selected Exhibitions

Lawless Imagination, RuptureXHIBIT, Hampton Wick
The Winter Show, Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham
Annual Open, Southwark Park Galleries, London
Small But Mighty, Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, Bankside Gallery, London
Bainbridge Open, ASC Gallery, London
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair: The Director’s Cut, online
Forces of the Small, Filet Gallery, London
Procreate Project Archive, Hastings Contemporary, East Sussex

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London
Fourth Wall 3, online at
Eavesdropping 4, discussion with Dust Architects artists collective

Stand and See, Wimbledon College of Art, UAL

The Beginning of History, ASC Studios, London
Pinpoint 13, One Church Street Gallery, Great Missenden
Thread and Paper, Kuntsi, Finland
Claustrophilia, Nice Spread Projects, Bussey Building, London