Brazosport College art instructor featured in New York art show
The show, titled “Environmental Portraits,” is presented by the Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council and includes works from four different artists.
Campbell has three pieces of sculptural works in the show, which highlights installation pieces along with drawn, stitched and painted artworks that explore actual portraiture or present a portrait of our society or place.
Campbell’s sculptures were selected after she responded to a call for artists.
“I am always happy to have my visual voice among regional and national dialogues,” Campbell said of being selected for the show. “With this show, it is interesting and challenging to have the dialog occur without me there, particularly because the work confronts ideas of color and gender.”
Campbell’s art has previously appeared in exhibitions across the country, including shows in Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Texas and South Carolina, among others. She has a Master of Fine Arts from Notre Dame University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Clemson University.
In October, Campbell will join Brazosport College Art Instructor, Jackson Zorn, to participate in the Art & Words Collaborative Show in Fort Worth.