BACK & FORTH: A CATA Virtual Art SHOW


(9/15) Kim Campbell, Untitled, 2019

Painting: Mirrored design of two bright pastel triangles, two squares, and multiple circles on a blue background.
White woman in a wheelchair, wearing a light blue sweater, glasses, smiling

Kim Campbell
Untitled, 2019
Acrylic on canvas
25” x 25”
$280

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Description:

Kim Campbell is new to the A.R.T. technique, but has made waves with her vibrant paintings included in CATA art exhibits at the Worcester Art Museum and the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts. Whether using the laser technique, the point method, or a combination of the two (see the “What is A.R.T.?” video below to learn about these techniques), Campbell is fearless in her exploration of the A.R.T. painting method. She approaches each canvas with focus and clarity of vision.

“Campbell has a love for symmetry and order. Nothing here is random. Shapes, colors, and composition are well organized parts of her paintings. What may be surprising is that it was not pre-drawn or planned, but was born directly from Kim’s rich imagination to the canvas.” – Pat Hogan (CATA faculty)

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Kim Campbell “Untitled” Video
“A.R.T.” Video
Kim Campbell “Untitled” Video
“A.R.T.” Video

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