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Born in 1926, Charlotte, a graduate of Ohio State, moved to St. Petersburg, FL in 1946. Her first job in the Bay area was as a fashion illustrator for Maas Brothers Department Store. She later became the staff artist for the St. Pete Times and Independent newspapers. By the 60s, she was able to devote more time to painting by studying under William Pachner, Joe Testasecca, and Robert Hodgell. Charlotte became well known for her paintings. An active member of the Arts Center, Charlotte also exhibited her work at the Contemporary Gallery, Studio 1212, and the Florida Artist Group. In 1976, she was appointed to the St. Petersburg Arts Council. She was actively making art until her death in 2008.





Charlotte Mullendore (1925 – 2008)                                     Figure Study          1975                                                             Acrylic                                                                                   Exhibiting Artist, Student

Collection of the Mullendore Family