Charlotte Mullich is a award winning artist Her watercolor paintings explore color and movement. and are influenced by the works of Georgia O'Keeffe and Jackson Pollack,
Mullich's paintings series Grace and Beauty her work takes a close up look at the quiet beauty and delicately found in the petals of flowers. in another collection Wildflowers, Mullich captures the richness of colors and textures in of wildflowers in California and in other natural settings throughout the United States.
With a love of movement Mullich's watercolor collection Koi capture the elegant Koi fish and other creatures found within the pond and swirls of the water.
In her continuing collection Seasons, Mullich captures the experience of the changes seasons-- oranges, reds and golden colors of autumn, the playfulness of jumping in the leaves from childhood, birch trees that bring back memories of growing up on the East Coast and winter's red holly berries in the backyard. Summertime memories of chili peppers from the garden that dance, a flower bouquet from a loving memory or the cactus flower that bloom in the desert,
Charlotte Mullich grew up in New York where her love of the seasons and nature had its early beginnings. Her love of art and painting comes from her father, a graphic artist. She moved to Los Angeles where she has been teaching painting and drawing and creating her own art for many years. Mullich exhibits in several Art Shows and Fine Art Festivals throughout California.
Mullich is an artist member of the Los Angles Art Association (LAAA), the Valley Watercolor Society (VWS), the Santa Clarita Art Association (SCAA) and an Associated Member of the American Watercolor Society and the California Art Club.
Charlotte Mullich paintings can be found in clients collections throughout the US and internationally.