Charlotte Campbell                                            

Melbourne, Australia                                         


Charlotte Campbell’s Melbourne based hybrid practice consists of print based exploration, involvement with textiles, recycling and sustainable working methods. Her creative aesthetic is the product of a strong printmaking background and an infatuation with the construction and decoration of textiles. This combination of interests has sparked a distinct tension between art and design within her practice. Charlotte is currently working with a wide range of materials and techniques including intaglio and relief printing, silkscreen printing, embroidery, beading, textile construction and surface design.



Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) Print Imaging Practice (with Distinction)

RMIT University 2014

 Certificate III Visual Arts and Contemporary Crafts

SBSHS 2009


Selected Group Shows:

Peripheral Visions (VAMFF)

March 2015- First Site Gallery, Melbourne

We Wear Future (VAMFF)

February 2015- Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy

Glazed & Sewn

January 2015- Fawn Gallery, Collingwood

2014 Graduate Exhibition
November 2014- RMIT University, Melbourne

Footsteps of the Impressionists

August 2013- Gallery 3, RMIT University, Melbourne

Creative Generation Travelling Scholarship
September 2009- (Finalists Exhibition) SCU Galleries, Sippy Downs

Noosa Regional Art Galleries Travelling Scholarship
June 2009- (Finalists Exhibition) Noosa Regional Art Gallery, Tewantin

Dreaming of Animals
April 2009- Culture Shop + Gallery, Peregian


Frankie & Swiss Boutique Textile Design Studio
South Yarra, VIC
June- November 2014

Ink & Spindle
Kensington, VIC
April- June 2014

Very Venice Art & Design Studio
Los Angeles, CA
July 2011


RMIT University, VIC

John Curtain University, WA

University of Southern Queensland, QLD

University of Tasmania, TAS

National Art School, NSW