Returned to Nieu Bethesda, South Africa. Set up the Ware on Earth Gallery.
Set up a studio in the South of France.
Professional Artist living and working in the Karoo Village of Nieu Bethesda. South Africa.
Lecturer Ceramic Design, PE Technikon, South Africa.
NH Dip Ceramic Design
Born, Grahamstown, South Africa
2007- 'Birdman' - solo exhibition. Espéchcde. France.
2007/2008 - Collective exhibition. Gallery Artis Factum. Bordeaux.
Terra Viva Gallery. Saint-Quentin-la-Poterie. Gallery Fusion. Toulouse. Gallery Anagama.Paris. FRANCE.
2008- Solo exhibition. Associació Ceramistes de Catalunya Gallery. Barcelona. Spain.
2008- Talents from a European Journey Exhibition. Rufford Art centre. United Kingdom.
2009- Dept of Arts & Culture. Craft Awards 2009. Category Winner: Eastern Cape Province. Ceramics
2015- Solo exhibition. National Arts Festival. Grahamstown.
2014– Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum Biennial Exhibition. PE
2013- Celebrated 30years in ceramics- Solo exhibition. National Arts Festival.
2012- ‘100 Talking Heads’ Solo exhibition. National Arts Festival. Grahamstown
2011- ‘100 Grande Vessels’ Solo Exhibition. National Arts Festival. Grahamstown.
2010- Made a Fellow of Ceramics Southern Africa in recognition of her contribution to Ceramics in South Africa.
2010- Ceramics Southern Africa National Exhibition. Award Winner. Franschoek. SA.
1990 – Exhibition of South African Artists, Geneva, Switzerland.
1994 – ‘’New Trends’’ – Art Hong Kong Cultural Programme.
1994 – Crafts Council of South Africa Exhibition, SA Embassy, London.
1995 – Johannesburg Biennale. ‘’Africa Earth’’, Ceramic exhibition.
2000 – Pavillion de la Creativite exhibition finalist at the Salon International De l’Artisan at de Quagadougou,Burkino Faso representeing SA.
2001 – September. Residency, International Ceramic Centre, Skaelskor, Denmark.
2003 – October. Brett Kebble National Art Awards – finalist. South Africa.
2004/2005/2006 – Klein Karoo National Arts Festival. Solo exhibitions – ‘etched in clay’-series. National Arts Festival.Grahamstown. Solo Exhibitions ‘Contemporary Icons’ –series.
2005 – Madiba Bay Studio Potters travelling exhibition.Netherlands.
2006 – “A tribute to Picasso by Cape Artists” . Alliance Française Gallery. CapeTown. South Africa.
1984 – Internationale Ceramique D’Art Biennale, Vallauris, France.
1983- 2013 Exhibited with Ceramics SA at Regional and National Level.
2009 - Dept of Arts & Culture. Craft Awards 2009. Category Winner: Eastern Cape Province. Ceramics
2010 - Became a Fellow of Ceramics Southern Africa in recognition for her contribution to Ceramics in South Africa.
Charmaine Haines has work in major corporate and private collections nationally and internationally –
Musee De Vallauris. Vallauris. France, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum. Port Elizabeth. South Africa.
National Art Gallery. Durban. South Africa.
Samlingen Art Collection. Denmark.
William Humphries Gallery. Kimberly. South Africa.
The Corobrik National Collection, Pretoria Art Museum.
Publications by Charmaine Haines