Charlotte Whitney Stevens has shown art in about 80 shows throughout the United States, half of which have been one or two person shows. Her art work has to do with both nature and architecture as they relate to people. Favorite mediums have been acrylic, watercolor, oil pastel, and colored pencil. Acrylic paintings of Michigan are in three different groups to do with the farm, industry, and education. A favorite topic has also been a study of Michigan Art Deco architecture resulting in 20 acrylic paintings, and Miami Art Deco architecture resulting in 27 acrylic paintings. A recent project is a group of paintings of the early history of the small town of Olivet, Michigan where the artist has resided for over fifty years. These are now permanently displayed in the Olivet City Hall. Her work also covers summers spent in Maine and travels elsewhere.

A present project called "Fantasy" has to do with appreciating our natural world. Therefore, what we often overlook is enlarged in relation to people in the art work. Just as in the opposite direction, our telescopes make outer space and its objects appear smaller in relation to people so that our eyes can try to appreciate the vastness beyond our earth, we still need to see and understand what is so close to us as well.

The Graham Foundation , to photograph art deco architecture in Michigan for related paintings, 1993.

"Artists in the Schools", from the Michigan Council for the Arts, 1978 and 1979.

"Artist in Residence", Olivet Schools , from the Michigan Council for the Arts.

Michigan Council for the Arts for Olivet City Hall traveling exhibition, "Olivet Regained", concerning Olivet downtown restoration and renovation, 1974-75.

Michigan Council for the Arts for Olivet City Hall, concerning architectural appraisal of Olivet’s Stagecoach Inn, 1973.

Children’s Art, Olivet College Press, 1965.

Battle Creek Artists’ Guild, (treasurer 1982 to 2000).

Michigan Society of Architectural Historians, Saarinen Chapter.

Southwest Michigan Watercolor Society

Eaton Art League

Listed in Who’s Who in American Art, Who's Who in America.

"Keep Michigan Beautiful", 1973

Principle host for visitors from Omi-Cho, Japan, in view of sister city relationship with Olivet, 1993-1997.

Olivet Planning Commission member, 1973-1998. Chairperson, 1973-83.

Restoration for Olivet downtown, 1972-80.

Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, M.F.A., 1946. Continued graduate studies at Olivet College. Michigan State University, and Wayne State University.

George Washington University in conjunction with the Corcoran School of Art , Washington, D.C., B.F.A., 1945.

Michigan Continuing Certificate in Education: Art K-12, Grades K-8, Social Science 9th grade, 1971.

Olivet College class in a art techiniques for teachers, 1965-90.

Art, art appreciation and art history, Olivet High School, 1972-89.

Adult and community art classes, Olivet area, 1961-85.

First grade, Olivet Schools, 1959-60.

Elementary art classes, pre-school and kindergarten classes, Roeper School, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, 1949-59.

The Gallery, cooperative, Battle Creek, MI, 1999-2000

Cooperative art galleries, part time, 18 1/2 Gallery, Battle Creek, Michigan, and Hemlock House, Harbor Springs, Michigan, 1976-81.

Architectural restoration and planning for local community downtowns, 1967-80.

Assistant to Dr. Elizabeth Drews in gifted child research, Michigan State University, 1961-2.

Co-owner and operator of Whitney Galleries, Birmingham, Michigan, (with husband, William Whitney), 1949-59.

Cartographic work, U.S.Government, Coast Geodetic Survey, Washington, D.C., and Army Map Service, Dalecarlia, Maryland, summers, 1942-43.