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Kerry Campbell
Metaphorical Relationships Collection | Paintings by Kerry Campbell | Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles
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Metaphorical Relationships Collection - Paintings

Featured In Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA

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These colorful artworks in blue, red, and yellow colors are 40 x 30 inches and come framed in custom made natural wood frame. This series explores inter-relationship and connection between abstract form and space, while offering positive and bright energy to any space. Each piece is paired with an accompanying love poem. As shown at the LA Art Show July 29-Aug 1, 2021.

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Creation: 2 weeks
Shipping: DHL 3-7 days
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Estimated Arrival: November 7, 2021

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Kerry Campbell
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Bold, Bright, Abstract Minimalist Works Perfect for the Modern Home or Business

Kerry's artwork is uber modernist in a sense. Her work is bold and unique abstract representations of form, but these forms interplay with each other and express a type of relationship, an abstract tension, or a metaphorical mood or sense of story. She also explores human relationships and allegory through abstract figurative works that often explores the themes of relationships and alienation (often only expressed in black and white). Her works are accompanied with a poem, each written specific for the work, and adds a deeper interpretation and exploration of the artwork's theme.

Kerry received a Bachelor of Arts at the University of California, Davis, where she studied under the New York artist, Jane Rosen. She holds an M.A. in Creative Writing and is a published poet. She has exhibited throughout the United States, including Washington D.C., Seattle, Los Angeles, and San Diego. Her works are held in private and corporate collections, internationally.