Charlotte Sullivan is an esteemed muralist and decorative painter who has
Charlotte's work is influenced by her travel and knowledge of period styles. She also draws inspiration from master painters such as John Singer Sargent, James MacNeill Whistler and Jean Baptiste Simeon Chardin, as well as the decorative arts of Louis Comfort Tiffany, William Morris, Christopher Dresser and Walter Crane. Often, Charlotte heads to the Metropolitan Museum or looks at the wallpapers and textiles of American and European designers for fresh ideas. As well as being informed by the masters of the past, Ms. Sullivan also endeavors to stay informed of current industry trends. She keeps her portfolio fresh, continuing to broaden her education by studying with today's modern masters of faux finishing, such as Pierre Finkelstein and Robert Marx.
In 2001, Charlotte was able to enhance her work with the addition of her sister, Kate Hall, who received her BFA in textiles from the Rhode Island School of Design. Kate's textile and pattern design skills have enriched the quality of the company's projects. Having a second critical eye is a great asset when executing a challenging commission, such as highly realistic faux marble.
When engaged on a project, Ms. Sullivan will look to bring the client's idea to fruition or advise on a design scheme for the space. Whether you have very specific ideas and expectations requiring exacting execution or only a vague idea for inspiration, the work can be as collaborative as the client wishes.
Charlotte is also a registered NJ Home Improvement Contractor (#13VH03388400).
Please contact Charlotte to set up a consultation for your home or business.
Charlotte is regularly featured in local media. Some examples are provided below.