JORDAN, Henrietta

1979 - ?

Henrietta Jordan

Henriette Jordan, was born in 1979 and spent her childhood in Scotland. Educated in Berkshire and studied at Newcastle College of Art 1998-1999 taking an Art Foundation Course followed by Newcastle University 1999-2003 taking a degree in French. She then attended Heatherley's Art School, Chelsea and after work in both travel and property in London, attended Lavender Hill Studios in Battersea, London. Henrietta works directly from life and produces sculptured and textured canvasses, using a selection of brushes and palette knives. In 2013, together with her husband Nicholas Charteris, she moved to a cottage at Bentley near Ipswich. Her work includes landscape and still life and she also draws and paints portraits of children and dogs. She has exhibited at the New English Art Club’s annual exhibitions at the Mall Galleries in London and since her move to Suffolk she has shown at St Peter’s Church in Sudbury and with Cobbold and Judd in Stoke-by-Nayland with solo shows at Pond Hall Farm Studios, Suffolk and The Lennox Gallery, Moore Park Road, London. She also has had many mixed exhibitions in London, Oxford, Cambridge, Newmarket, Hampshire and in Scotland and elsewhere. Henrietta now works under her married name of Henrietta Charteris and lives in Singapore where the tropical surroundings and juxtaposition of old colonial against new architecture excite her visual curiosity. She also loves to travel and paint in nearby Asian countries.

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