newheader2.gif (100865 bytes)

bara.gif (9565 bytes)



Charlotte Wharton has been chosen as one of the  artists to be included in "20 Artists of Worcester" by Scott Erb. An exhibit and book signing will be held at the Davis Press Art Gallery, the Printers Building, Third Floor, 44 Portland Street, Worcester, Massachusetts on November  14, 2008 from 5-7:30 pm.

September 21, 2008 - The unveiling of the portrait of Rev. Barbara Merritt by Charlotte Wharton took place at the United Unitarian Church in Worcester, Massachusetts.

April 2005 - Charlotte Wharton has been named as one of the twenty - five founding members of the New England Plein-Air Painters. The first official event will be a Sale and Exhibition on July 9 & 10, 2005 at the
Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum, Bristol, RI.

Among many recent commissioned portraits, Charlotte Wharton has also painted a portrait of former Presidents John Strauss and Edward Parrish of Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Dean Margeret Arnstein of Yale University, and Thomas Danehy, the former Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Charlotte Wharton has won the Excellence in Art at the October 2002 Oil Painters of America's regional show in Richmond, Virginia.

On October 24, 2002, Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts unveiled two three-quarter length portraits of former President and Mrs. Richard Traina by Charlotte Wharton. A gala evening complete with a concert celebrated the dedication of the new Traina Arts Center.

Charlotte Wharton of Charlotte Wharton Studio, Worcester, Massachusetts has been selected as Outstanding Alumni of the Year 2001 by her first alma mater, Independence Community College, Independence, Kansas. She will be honored at a dinner on May 11th and will be the commencement speaker on the following day to over 1500 graduates. Since 1984 Independence Community College honors one outstanding alumnus each year. Charlotte Wharton will be the first fine artist so honored. Click here for the text of the speech.