Charles Anderson studied Drawing and Painting at the Glasgow School of Art. He graduated with a diploma in 1959. The following year he entered The Royal Scottish Academy painting competition for Post Graduate students and won the Chalmer Bursary.
He taught art for five years and then worked as a professional mural painter and sculptor for the next 30 years, on major Art and Design projects throughout the UK. Charles designed and made the tallest sculpture in the UK -a 53ft high cold cast bronze sculpture in the entrance hall of the Scottish Amicable headquarters in Stirling. In 1996 Charles won a national sculpture competition to provide a bronze figurative group for Livingston New Town.
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