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Charlotte Englefield Art



Artist Statement:

I am predominantly a self taught artist, passionate about producing artwork from an almost photographic quality to a more relaxed informal style. I take my inspiration from the natural world and the environment around me. My work generally is a process of applying acrylics using many layers, pulling lighter colours forward and then pushing them back with a darker translucent glaze. Before repeating the process again and again to create the illusion of depth.










Open Venue

Venue Number:



15 Argyle Drive


SN14 6RP

At the Morrisons roundabout, take the exit onto Argyle Drive. Continue up the hill bearing left until you reach the end of this road. There is parking available in Argyle Drive. Once parked you will find at the end of the close a driveway leading to 3 houses. The venue is found in the third and last house. No.15.




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Yes - cafe/shops nearby

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Charlotte Englefield Art

Meet The Maker!

Straying from the path

Straying from the path


‘Straying from the path’ - An original painting inspired by a walk through the grounds of Welford Park, home of the Great British Bake Off.

Stormy Skies

Stormy Skies


This painting was inspired by some photos that my daughter took on a recent day trip.

Tree Gazing

Storm Clouds


This painting was inspired by some photos that my daughter took on a recent day trip.

Lobster Pots

Lobster Pots

Inspired by a photo taken by my Father many years ago, I recreated this beautiful coastal scene.

Off the beaten track

Off the beaten track


I absolutely love these trees and have been inspired to recreate this painting on many occasions. I particularly love the beauty of the silver white trunk and the way in which the bark flakes.

Tree Gazing

Tree Gazing


Inspired by a walk through the beautiful Westonbirt Arboretum on a warm summers day. Sitting at the base of this huge majestic oak tree and looking up and beyond. Marvelling at the beauty of creation and listening to the breeze through the leaves on the tree. In the distance I can hear the laughter of children building camps with the fallen branches.

Porlock Weir

Porlock Weir


This painting was inspired by a recent holiday with friends in the beautiful and scenic coastal location of Porlock in Somerset. Whilst exploring we stumbled across this idillic harbour.

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