Charlotte Janowski is a multidisciplinary artist merging sculpture, fibers, photography, installation and performance. She is known for creating soft plush sculpture and bespoke masks with repetitive forms. Her sculptures evoke both archetypes and anthropomorphic figures with material, texture, and form. She explores personal narratives with symbolic visual language transforming them into secret mythology. Works speak about obsession and the handmade; and contain visceral forms juxtaposed with strange assemblage. Her work is guided by ancestors from Cygany, Ukraine; by Slavic paganism, vinok, and stories of the magic symbolism of thread. Her style is associated with abstraction, color theory, minimalism, and fiber art. She holds a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art & Design. She has shown at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and Concordia Sculpture Museum in Enschede, Netherlands.