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“I grew up in a forest. It’s like a room. It’s protected. Like a cathedral... it is a place between heaven and earth.” - Anselm Kiefer


CONTENTS

PRIVATE

PUBLIC

CONCEPT DIAGRAM: POROSITY & LIGHT

CHARLOTTE HENN HORTICULTURALIST & CHEF DSIT 34


CMH CHARLOTTE M HENN

Campus Address: 237 N. 8th Street #1 San Jose CA, 95112 Mailing Address: PO Box 7548 Tahoe City CA, 96145 Cell: 530.305.6350 Email: char481@hotmail.com


In this residence, we were challenged with creating a home that would facilitate a client developing Parkinson’s. Her degenerative disease would take her from walking, to wheelchair bound, and finally to bedridden. So all parts of this residence must comply with ADA accessibility, and still allow for a comfortable home designed to the client’s tastes.

ADA RESIDENCE

Studio: ARC IDES 330 (eq. DSIT 05) Media: Hand drafting, materials board Location: Private Residence


PLAN:


ELEVATION: KITCHEN

ELEVATION: LIVING ROOM


This Tahoe sports lodge was designed in a modern rustic style. Given the outer shell of the building, we were given the task of creating a reception area, lobby, and restaurant to be designed around the theme of an area of our choosing. Later renderings were done in DSIT 33 and the hotel was put into SketchUP after DSIT 83.

EDGE WOOD LODGE

Studio: LBCC ID 70 (eq. DSIT 29) Media: Hand drafting & rendering, materials board, (later in SketchUP, Photoshop, Illustrator) Location: Tahoe


Edge Wood Lodge

While creating the original design, materials were chosen to reflect the style of the area chosen, and to help guide the direction of the design. MATERIALS:


RUG

WILLOW GLASS INLAY

HAMMERED METAL

BARK UPHOLSTERY

SUEDE THROW PILLOW

RUG

RECLAIMED WOOD SEATING

RAW STEEL

LEATHER SOFAS

SUEDE THROW PILLOW

HEWN WOOD FLOORING

RECLAIMED CHARRED WOOD

GRANITE

UPHOLSTERY

SUEDE THROW PILLOW

BASEBOARD

BIRCH BARK WALL

PINE TABLE & BAR TOPS

RESTAURANT BOOTHS & CHAIRS

NAVAJO UPHOLSTERY


PLAN:


ELEVATION: ENTRANCE/RECEPTION


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES: ENTRANCE / RECEPTION


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES: GRAND HALL


COLORED PENCIL

Renderings created in DSIT 33 from the original design aided in the creation of the 3D model after knowledge gained from DSIT 83. INTERIOR RENDERINGS: GRAND HALL

MARKER


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: GRAND HALL


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES: RESTAURANT / BAR


Deriving inspiration from sites like Cedar House Sports Hotel and Girl and the Goat Restaurant, final changes were made to the design to create a cohesive Tahoe sports lodge.


Given a location in Downtown San Jose, our assignment was to create a live/work loft for a horticulturist & a chef. Merging the two worlds of this horticulturist & the chef, we had to accommodate for plenty of planting space and a laboratory, as well as a pop up kitchen, within the confines of a live-in loft. Working with the use of light through this space, a laser cut folding wall creates this separation of public & private; work & live.

LIVE/WORK LOFT

Studio: DSIT 34 Media: AutoCAD, Illustrator, Photoshop, hand renderings, foam core model Location: Downtown San Jose


INSPIRATIONS:

CHARLOTTE HENN HORTICULTURALIST & CHEF DSIT 34


PUBLIC

PUBLIC

PRIVATE

PUBLIC

PUBLIC

PRIVATE

CONCEPT DIAGRAM: POROSITY & LIGHT

PRIVATE

PR

CONCEPT CONCEPT DIAGRAM: DIAGRAM: POROSITY POROSITY & LIGHT & LIG

CONCEPT DIAGRAM: POROSITY & LIGHT

CONCEPT DIAGRAM: POROSITY & LIGHT

CHARLOTTE HENN HORTICULTURALIST & CHEF DSIT 34

CHARLOTTECHARLOTTE HENN HENN HORTICULTURALIST HORTICULTURALIST & CHEF & CHEF DSIT 34 DSIT 34

CHARLOTTE HENN


C

C

C

C

C

C

B

B

B

B

B

B

A

A

A

A

A

1ST FLOOR 1ST FLOOR

A

2ND FLOOR

2ND FLOOR

3RD FLOOR

PUBLIC/WORK

PUBLIC/WORK PRIVATE/LIVE PRIVATE/LIVE COMBINATION: PUBLIC/WORK & PRIVATE/LIVE COMBINATION: PUBLIC/WORK & PRIVATE/LIVE CONCEPT DIAGRAM: PUBLIC/WORK & PRIVATE/LIVE

CONCEPT DIAGRAM: PUBLIC/WORK & PRIVATE/LIVE CHARLOTTE HENN HORTICULTURALIST & CHEF DSIT 34 CHARLOTTE

HENN HORTICULTURALIST & CHEF CONCEPT DIAGRAM: PUBLIC/WORK & PRIVATE/ DSIT 34

3RD FLOOR


C

C

C

B

B

B

A

A

A

1ST FLOOR 1ST FLOOR

PLANS:

2ND FLOOR

SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

2ND FLOOR

3RD FLOOR SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

3RD FLOOR

SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”


SECTION 1

SECTION A

SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

SECTION 1

SECTIONS:

SECTION 2

SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

SECTION B SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

SECTION 2


SECTION 1

SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

SECTION 2 SECTION 1

SECTION 3

SECTION C

SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

SECTION 3 CHARLOTTE HENN HORTICULTURALIST & CHEF DSIT 34


RESTAURANT / KITCHEN

RENDERINGS:

CHARLOTTE HENN HORTICULTURALIST & CHEF DSIT 34

LIBRARY / STUDY

CHARLOTTE HENN HORTICULTURALIST & CHEF DSIT 34


LAB / STUDY GARDEN


This parallel planes project uses eleven parallel planes and one path to combine them. It is designed with consideration towards the traffic flow around the site of students, and the light and shadows created by the surrounding buildings and trees. Using these site analysis, different areas of seating and relaxation are created. Bringing the wilderness into the city, the path has been made into a rocky mountainside. The planes imitate the views of the dappling of light through trees, and water flows down one rocky slope as a waterfall.

PARALLEL PLANES

Studio: SJSU DSIT 83 Media: SketchUp, Photoshop, Illustrator Location: SJSU Industrial Studies Quad


Original Image Original Original Image Image

Outlined Image Outlined Outlined Image Image

Planes: IMAGE Mulberry Tree/ Dappled light OUTLINED IMAGE ORIGINAL Planes: Planes: Mulberry Mulberry Tree/Tree/ Dappled Dappled lightlight Original Image

Outlined Image Image as Plane with Shading

Planes: Mulberry Tree/ Dappled PLANES: MULBERRY TREE/ DAPPLED LIGHT light Original Image

Image as Plane with Shading IMAGEImage ASPlane PLANE WITH SHADOWS Image as as Plane with Shading with Shading

Outlined Image Original Image

Planes: Mulberry Tree/ Dappled Planes:light Mulberry Tree/ Dappled light

Outlined Image Image as Plane with Shading Image as Plane with Shading

Granite Rock Formed Between Volcanic and Glacial Formations Granite Granite Rock Rock Formed Formed Between Between Volcanic Volcanic and Glacial and Glacial Formations Formations

Granite Rock Formed Between Volcanic and Glacial Formations

GEOMETRIC ROCK FORMATION Granite Rock Formed Between Volcanic and Glacial Formations Granite Rock Formed Between Volcanic and Glacial Formations

Geometric Portrayal of Rock Formation as Path with Shading Geometric Geometric Portrayal Portrayal of Rock of Rock Formation Formation as Path aswith PathShading with Shading Charlotte Henn Path: Rock Formations/ Mountain Terrain Charlotte Charlotte Henn Henn Path:Path: RockRock Formations/ Formations/ Mountain Mountain Terrain Terrain Parallel Planes Parallel Parallel Planes Planes DSIT 83 83 DSIT 83 Geometric Portrayal of Rock DSIT Formation as Path with Shading 3/19/13 3/19/13 3/19/13 Charlotte Henn Path: Rock Formations/ Mountain Terrain Parallel Planes Geometric Portrayal of RockGeometric FormationPortrayal as Path of Shading Rock Formation as Path with Shading DSIT 83with GEOMETRIC PORTRAYAL OF ROCK FORMATION AS PATH WITH SHADING 3/19/13 Charlotte Henn Terrain Path: Rock Formations/ Mountain Terrain Charlotte Henn Path: Rock Formations/ Mountain Parallel Planes Parallel Planes DSIT 83 DSIT 83 3/19/13 3/19/13

PATH: ROCK FORMATIONS/ MOUNTAIN TERRAIN


Site Analysis: Traffic SITE ANALYSIS: TRAFFIC FLOWFlow

Scale: 1/32”=1’-0”

Site Analysis: Traffic Flow

Scale: 1/32”=1’-0”

Site Analysis: Shadows

Scale: 1/32”=1’-0”

Charlotte Henn Parallel Planes DSIT 83 3/19/13

Site Analysis: Shadows SITE ANALYSIS: SHADOWS

Scale: 1/32”=1’-0”

Charlotte Henn


Site Plan Using 11 parallel planes and 1 path to combine them, this parallel planes project consideres the traffic flow around the site of students, and the light and shadows created by the surrounding buildings and trees to make different areas into seating and relaxation areas.

SITE PLAN:

Bringing the wilderness into the city, the path has been made into a rocky mountainside, the planes immitate the views of the dappling of light through trees, and water flows down one rocky slope as a waterfall.

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Scale: 1/32”=1’-0”

PR O SC JEC TP 0 AL E: LA 1/2 N 1 @ ”=1 3’ ’-0 ” N 2


121’-0”

33’-0”

PROJECT PLAN:

Charlotte Henn Parallel Planes DSIT 83 3/12/13

Scale: 1/8”=1’-0”

PR O SC JEC TP 0 AL E: LA 1/2 N 1 @ ”=1 3’ ’-0 ” N

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Project Plan

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Front Elevation

FRONT ELEVATION

Scale: 1/32”=1’-0”

Charlotte Henn Parallel Planes DSIT 83 3/19/13 10’-0”

Back Elevation

Beginning by looking for inspiration from the site, the filtered pattern of the planes was derived from the mulberry trees on campus, and the rusted steel material from the adjacent sculpture. ELEVATIONS:

BACK ELEVATION

Charlotte Henn Parallel Planes DSIT 83 3/19/13

Scale: 1/32”=1’-0”


Right Elevation

RIGHT ELEVATION

Scale: 1/32”=1’-0”

Charlotte Henn Parallel Planes DSIT 83 3/19/13

Left Elevation

LEFT ELEVATION

Charlotte Henn Parallel Planes DSIT 83 3/19/13

Scale: 1/32”=1’-0”

Using the dappled planes and the concept of a mountain terrain, a steep/dark rocky climbing side gives way to a shallower/lighter face on the opposite of the path. This shallower hillside enables a waterfall to cascade into the surrounding stream that skirts the structure.


EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 1


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 1


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 2


EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 2


Starting with a solid cube, a space for the occupation of 3 body positions is created. Looking at the limited natural lighting of the site & the industrial materials of the site, this hermitage, made of hewn wood planes with iron siding, gives various views & opportunities for light or shade from the site to enhance unique experiences such as studying, reflecting, relaxing, & reconvening.

HERMITAGE

Studio: SJSU DSIT 83 Media: SketchUp, Photoshop, Illustrator, 123D Make, wood work, folding Location: SJSU Student Union


STUDIOUS STUDIOUS STUDIOUS STUDIOUS STUDIOUS

RELAXED RELAXED RELAXED RELAXED RELAXED

RECLINING RECLINING RECLINING RECLINING RECLINING

OVERLAP OVERLAP OVERLAP OVERLAP AT ORIGIN ATAT AT ORIGIN ORIGIN ORIGIN OVERLAP AT ORIGIN

LINES LINES LINES LINES EXTENDED EXTENDED EXTENDED EXTENDED LINES EXTENDED

BODY BODY BODY BODY POSITIONS: POSITIONS: POSITIONS: POSITIONS: VECTOR VECTOR VECTOR VECTOR LINES LINES LINES LINES

BODY POSITIONS: VECTOR LINES

Beginning with three body positions that I hoped to achieve in the space, their basic polylines were used and overlapped to create a dynamic vector space. From here lines were extended, the three main positions were achieved, and upper STUDIOUS and lower regions of RELAXED refuge were created.

RECLINING

OVERLAP AT ORIGIN

LINES EXTENDED

BODY POSITIONS: VECTOR LINES

PLANES PLANES PLANES PLANES

STUDIOUS STUDIOUS STUDIOUS STUDIOUS

RELAXED RELAXED RELAXED RELAXED

RECLINING RECLINING RECLINING RECLINING

LOWER LOWER LOWER LOWER

UPPER UPPER UPPER UPPER

BODY BODY BODY BODY POSITIONS: POSITIONS: POSITIONS: POSITIONS: PLANES PLANES PLANES PLANES PROJECT PROJECT PROJECT PROJECT ANALYSIS ANALYSIS ANALYSIS ANALYSIS

CHARLOTTE CHARLOTTE CHARLOTTE CHARLOTTE HENN HENN HENN HENN HERMITAGE HERMITAGE HERMITAGE HERMITAGE FOR FOR 3 FOR FOR BODIES 33 BODIES 3BODIES BODIES

PLANES

PLANES BODY POSITIONS: PLANES ANALYSIS BODY PROJECT POSITIONS: PLANES

STUDIOUS

STUDIOUS

RELAXED

RECLINING

LOWER

UPPER

RELAXED

RECLINING

LOWER

UPPER CHARLOTTE HENN HERMITAGE FOR 3 BODIES


ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM: ASSEMBLYSUBTRACTOR DIAGRAM: ASSEMBLY SUBTRACTOR DIAGRAM: & SUBTRACTION SUBTRACTOR & SUBTRACTION & SUBTRACTION

ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM: SUBTRACTOR AND SUBTRACTION

Using these three main seating positions, and the idea of upper and lower regions, four main sections were created to facilitate this transition between study, relaxation, and reclining. ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM: ASSEMBLY SUBTRACTOR DIAGRAM:&SUBTRACTOR SUBTRACTION& SUBTRACTION

ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM: ASSEMBLYSECTIONS DIAGRAM: ASSEMBLY SECTIONS DIAGRAM: SECTIONS

ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM

CHARLOTTE HENN CHARLOTTE HENN CHARLOTTE HEN

HERMITAGE FOR HERMITAGE 3 BODIESFOR HERMITAGE 3 BODIES FOR 3 BODIE

ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM: ASSEMBLY SECTIONS DIAGRAM: SECTIONS

ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM: SECTIONS ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM

CHARLOTTE HENNCHARLOTTE HEN

HERMITAGE FOR 3HERMITAGE BODIES FOR 3 BODIE


SITE PLAN SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0” 0

1

2

N 5

SITE PLAN: EXISTING

SITE ANALYSIS:

DIAGRAM: VIEWS

DIAGRAM: SUN

SITE DIAGRAM: VIEWS

SITE DIAGRAM: SUN

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

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0

1

2

5

1

2

5

CHARLOTTE HENN

CHARLOTTE HENN

HERMITAGE FOR 3 BODIES

HERMITAGE FOR 3 BODIES


PROJECT PLAN @ 3’

SITE PLAN

SITE PLAN:

SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0” 0

1

2

SCALE: 1/2”=1’-0” N 0

N 5

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2


D

PROJECT PLAN @ 3’ 1

2

B

A

CHARLOTTE HENN HERMITAGE FOR 3 BODIES

SCALE: 1/2”=1’-0” N 0

C

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PROJECT PLAN @ 3’

PROJECT PLAN @ 3’-0”

SCALE: 1/2”=1’-0” N 0

1

2


SECTION: A

SECTION: B

SECTION B

CHARLOTTE HENN

SCALE: 1/2”=1’-0” 5

SECTIONS:

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SECTION: C

1

HERMITAGE FOR 3 BODIES 2

5

SECTION: D


FRONT ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

CHARLOTTE HENN HERMITAGE FOR 3 BODIES

SCALE 1/2”=1’-0” 0

1

ELEVATIONS:

2

5

BACK ELEVATION


RIGHT ELEVATION

Right Elevation EAST ELEVATION SCALE: 1/2”=1’-0” 0

1

2

5

Charlotte Henn Subtractive Space: A Pre-Fabricated Hermitage for 3 Bodies DSIT 83 4/16/13

LEFT ELEVATION

Scale: 1/2”=1’-0” CHARLOTTE HENN HERMITAGE FOR 3 BODIES


1A

Combining the three body positions with the site analysis, different areas are formed to enable stuctured study areas with a desk and opportunity for natural light from the site, more relaxed areas again with desk space for work with computers, and reclining areas for those looking to read or rest which are more shaded from natural light.

1B

1C

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 1


EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 2

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE 3

CHARLOTTE HENN HERMITAGE FOR 3 BODIES

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 3

ERSPECTIVE 2

2A

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 4

2B

2C CHARLOTTE HENN

HERMITAGE FOR 3 BODIES

3A

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE 4

3B

EXTERIOR PERSPEC


CTIVE 4

3C

4A

4B

4C

CHARLO


In addition to main seating areas, the final structure offers other planes for seating, and storage.

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 1

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE STORAGE

CHARLOTTE HENN HERMITAGE FOR 3 BODIES

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 2


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: 3

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE SEATING

Finalizations of the Hermitage came in the use of industrial materials like those seen in the site. Hewn wood creates the planes of the structure, while steel siding helps to ensure the structural integrity of the form.


1A

2A

3A

2C

3C

2B

3B

4A

MODEL: MUSEUM BOARD MASSING

1C MODEL: CARDBOARD SECTIONAL

1B MODEL: WOOD SECTIONAL

4B


4C


Beginning with the theme of trees, we were faced with the task of creating wallpaper, tiles, and a merchandise product for a hotel. After creating abstracted images of tree trunks and bark for our wallpaper and tile decals, we created a tile tessellation which we then cut out of clay, glazed, and applied our decals to. For the merchandise product, we abstracted the idea of branches and twigs and applied this design in three scales for our hotel. From these three items, I chose to create the pendant using flat copper wire.

THIN, THICKER, THICK

Studio: DSIT 102 Media: Illustrator, Modo, Photoshop SketchUP, Ceramics, Metal Work Location: Downtown San Jose


D D D

ORIGINAL BIRCH TREES ORIGINAL BIRCH TREES ORIGINAL IMAGE ORIGINAL BIRCH TREES

ORIGINAL BARK ORIGINAL BARK ORIGINAL BARK

ORIGINAL IMAGE CROSSHATCHED ORIGINAL IMAGE CROSSHATCHED ORIGINAL IMAGE CROSSHATCHED ORIGINAL IMAGE CROSSHATCHED

ORIGINAL IMAGE PAINT DAUBED ORIGINAL IMAGE PAINT DAUBED ORIGINAL IMAGE PAINT DAUBED

REFLECTED ARRAY OF CROSSHATCHED IMAGE FOR WALLPAPER

CROSSHATCHED IMAGE AS IMAGE WALLPAPERAS CROSSHATCHED CROSSHATCHED IMAGE AS THIN: WALLPAPER WALLPAPER CROSSHATCHED IMAGE AS WALLPAPER WALLPAPER

PAINT DAUBED IMAGE AS PAINT DAUBED IMAGE AS WALLPAPER PAINT DAUBED IMAGE AS WALLPAPER WALLPAPER


ORIGINAL BIRCH BARK ORIGINAL BIRCH BARK

ORIGINAL BARK

ORIGINAL BIRCH TREES

ORIGINAL BIRCH BARK

ORIGINAL BIRCH TREES

ORIGINAL BARK

ORIGINAL IMAGE CROSSHATCHED ORIGINAL IMAGE CROSSHATCHED

ORIGINAL IMAGE CROSSHATCHED

ORIGINAL IMAGE PAINT DAUBED

ORIGINAL IMAGE CROSSHATCHED

ORIGINAL IMAGE CROSSHATCHED

ORIGINAL IMAGE PAINT DAUBED

REFLECTED ARRAY OF CROSSHATCHED IMAGE FOR TILES

CROSSHATCHED IMAGE AS AS TILES CROSSHATCHED IMAGE TILES

THICKER: TILES

CROSSHATCHED IMAGE AS TILES

CROSSHATCHED IMAGE AS WALLPAPER

PAINT DAUBED IMAGE AS WALLPAPER

CROSSHATCHED IMAGE AS

PAINT DAUBED IMAGE AS


CUTTING OF TILES

AFTER GLAZING & SECOND FIRING OF TILES

AFTER DECALS APPLIED & 3RD FIRING


A B B

A

B

A B

B

SECTION B

SECTION A

B

FRONT ELEVATION

REFLECTED PLAN B

A

A

B B

A

THICK: PENDANT LIGHT

B


ADDENDUM


TECHNICAL DRAFTING

GRAPHITE DRAWING

FABRICATION


EDUCATION

San José State University Long Beach City College American River College Sierra College Major: BFA Interior Design Minor: Energy Policy & Green Building Minor: Architectural Studies

Aug 2012 Jan 2012 Aug 2011 Aug 2010

WORK EXPERIENCE

- Present - May 2012 - Dec 2011 - Dec 2011

Loayza’s Pools, Spas, & Landscaping Designer Work in AutoCAD, SketchUP, Pool Studio, Photoshop, & Pool Studio, & work with proposals.

San Jose, CA Oct 2013 - Present

Bella Affair Catering Cater Waiter Waiter at catered events such as weddings, conferences, & private high end parties.

Kings Beach, CA Aug 2010 - Present

Sagan Design Group AutoCAD Assistant Assisted in creating as-builds & AutoCAD drawings on engineering & architectural projects.

Tahoe City, CA Aug 2011 - Present

Brad Altman Engineering AutoCAD Assistant Assisted in creating AutoCAD drawings & hand sketching work on engineering projects.

Tahoe City, CA Aug 2010 - Present

Firesign Café Hostess & Busser Hostess and busser at a popular well established restaurant for 5 years while attending school.

Tahoe City, CA Mar 2008 - Present

SKILLS

General Hostessing, bussing, child care, ski instructor, office work, organization Digital Design: AutoCAD, Revit, Adobe Suite CS6, SketchUp, Modo, Pool Studio, 123D Make Office: Microsoft Word, Excel Operating Systems: Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows Tactile Hand drafting, foam core/wood/paper/chip board model making, quick study sketches, rendering in marker, full render drawing in graphite and charcoal, painting in acrylic and watercolor, laser cutter skills, woodworking skills, sculpting, sewing Languages English, Some Spanish, Sign Language Alphabet

CMH CHARLOTTE M HENN

Campus Address: 237 N. 8th Street #1 San Jose CA, 95112 Mailing Address: PO Box 7548 Tahoe City CA, 96145 Cell: 530.305.6350 Email: char481@hotmail.com


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