Artists League Hosts Exhibit
The Artists League of the Sandhills announces "Variety" -- a solo exhibit of the works of noted area artist and Sandhills Community College instructor Ann Campbell. The show will run Sept. 1-28.
"Variety" is a display of Campbell's recent works, featuring landscapes, paintings and drawings in a variety of mediums.
"I tend to have an impressionistic style," says Campbell. "I love to express a creative spirit of freedom in my landscapes."
Campbell finds that teaching at SCC gives her great satisfaction.
"I enjoy doing lectures and demonstrations in the different mediums," she says. "It is my goal to never stop experimenting nor become complacent, but to continue learning and giving of my knowledge to others by teaching and improving as a visual artist."
Campbell received her art training at Syracuse University, Oregon State University, Pratt Institute and at the University of Vermont. Her works have been in numerous solo and group exhibits, both locally and nationally, including a recent solo exhibit at the Clayton Town Center, Clayton, and at the Water Color Society of North Carolina's 59th juried exhibit. She has received numerous awards, including study grants to the Vermont Studio Center. Campbell's paintings are featured in both public and private collections.
A public reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Exchange Street Gallery. Campbell will also be meeting gallery visitors while painting at the Artists League Monday, Sept. 14, during gallery hours of noon to 3 p.m.
The Artists League of the Sandhills is a nonprofit organization founded in 1994 to promote interest in the visual arts by providing quality art education and a friendly environment in which to work, exhibit and sell members' artworks.
It is located in historic downtown Aberdeen at 129 Exchange Street in the old Aberdeen Rockfish Railroad storage terminal.
Regular gallery hours are Monday through Saturday from noon to 3 p.m.
Contact the League at (910) 944-3979 or e-mail email@example.com for information on membership, classes, workshops and monthly gallery exhibits. Visit the Web site at www.artistleague.org.
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