A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and the Yale School of Art, painter Charlotte Hallberg has exhibited her work at Yale, RISD, and Brown University. Charlotte is known not only for her artistic gifts but also her generous spirit: she played a key role in organizing a silent auction in the Yale School of Art to benefit victims of the earthquakes in Haiti. Charlotte used her Fellowship to travel to Europe to study great works of art, visit its most important paint manufactures, and study coloring and lighting. How light affects color is an integral part of Charlotte’s work and this dynamic is evident through the varying degrees of color she displays in her artwork. In 2012 she returned to the U.S. and established a studio in Brooklyn, NY. Between 2013-2015, she’s had several group exhibits in and around New York, and in 2016, she had her first solo exhibit, Short Sight: Soft Touch at Crush Curatorial. Click here for more information on Charlotte Hallberg.