Charlotte Leadbeater

Charlotte Leadbeater

Charlotte Leadbeater BA(Hons)

Charlotte Leadbeater is a fine artist, graduating from Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, London in 1967.

She exhibits nationally and internationally and is on file with the National Portrait Gallery and V&A in London. She exhibited at the Vaganova (Kirov) Ballet Academy in St Petersburg  in 1999, and has work there now, also in the Necrasov Museum for the 2003 celebrations in St Petersburg. 

She has been involved in art education for thirty years, lecturing part time in Swansea Institute of Higher Education now the Metropolitan and was Head of Art for many years in Christ College, Brecon.

She also worked part time with Swansea University running accredited Adult education art classes. She lectures to art groups nationally, and runs courses and workshops.

She is artist in residence at Abergwili Primary School and is a founder member of King Street Gallery in Carmarthen, where she also runs workshops.

For commissioned portraits etc you can contact Charlotte on 01558 822045 or e-mail:- mymail@charlotteleadbeater.com

PERSONAL STATEMENT

I have always loved drawing, filling many sketchbooks throughout a busy life including life drawing, a discipline which I have followed all my life.

I work in a variety of media in the areas of Dance, Portraiture, Landscape and Still Life. CL 2013

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