Bio 

Pearl Of Thunder (Charlotte) is a recent illustration graduate based just outside London. She specialises in intricate hand drawn illustrations using traditional mediums such as fine liner and coloured pencil. 

Her working practice is defined by her love of the natural world and scientific natural history. Through this, Charlotte aims to educate and raise awareness of conservation and welfare of the diverse species we share our planet with. 

Exhibitions

'Just Imagine Illustrator Group: Summer Exhibition' 2019

Chelmsford Museum, Essex, UK

Just Imagine Illustrators Group are a group of freelance illustrators who meet regularly in Chelmsford to share and discuss their work and ideas which includes both published and self-initiated projects. Included in this show is each artists work and the response to a brief entitled 'Wildlife' in which the artist can interpret any way they choose. 

 

 

'Pearl Of Thunder At The Window Gallery' 2018

Chelmsford, Essex, UK

Recent Illustration graduate, Pearl Of Thunder showcases her first solo exhibition for one month. Her work focuses on wildlife, animal conservation, welfare and natural history. 

 

'NUA Degree Show' 2018

Norwich University Of The Arts, Norfolk, UK

Discover the work of graduating students in the 2018 Degree Shows at Norwich University Of The Arts. 

 

'Moth Migration Project' 2017

Global Project

The Moth Migration Project is a Crowd Sourced Project conceived by Hilary Lorenz inviting people from around to world to contribute hands printed and/or cut paper moths, to be exhibited at 516Arts in Albuquerque, NM for the exhibition titled Cross Pollination. 

 

'Vocabulary' 2017 

Dove St Studios, Norwich, Norfolk, UK

NUA illustrators respond to contemporary writing - An exhibition of collaborative publications, prints and objects will feed an afternoon of fifteen public workshops, screenings, performances and discussions.