Movement Abstraction in the Photographic Medium

Exhibition on View

April 27, 2019

June 1, 2019

Meet the Artists Reception

SATURDAY, APRIL 27 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM


Responding to the accelerated pace of modern life, Dottie Campbell pushes the limits of the interaction between camera, artist, and the world in her recent series of large-scale, amplified color photographs. Using a moving-camera capture technique allows the artist to imprint a physical response to the energy discovered on location and to abstract her subjects by obscuring detail, altering form, and creating new patterns. Through her own movement, not that of her subjects, Campbell is no longer a passive recorder of found compositions, but rather becomes performance artist, choreographer, painter, and creator in the photographic realm. The Maryland artist’s work has been exhibited regionally, nationally and internationally and is included in numerous private and corporate collections, including Hilton Worldwide, PNC Bank, and, Inc. Campbell studied photography with Richard Jaquish at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and painting with Hilton Brown at Goucher College in Towson. Campbell maintains a studio practice in the Mill Centre in Baltimore. Learn more:

Please Join Us at Our Upcoming Gallery Events …

SATURDAY, APRIL 27 | 2:00 to 4:00 PM | FREE
Enjoy light refreshments as you mix and mingle with artists and fellow art lovers on the first day of the solo exhibition Dottie Campbell: Amped-Up

Learn from award-winning artist Dottie Campbell about her creative process and photographic techniques used for the works in her solo exhibit Amped-Up


Dottie Campbell approaches photography as a multi-media artist, exploring the possibilities of digital photography and the new technologies which enable her to create and print her own large-scale photographic prints. All of her work has a basis in the photographic arts, but the Baltimore-based artist has created art in a variety of media throughout her career. Campbell’s work has been exhibited regionally, nationally and internationally in both juried and curated exhibitions at museums and art spaces which include The Center for Contemporary Art (Bedminster, NJ), The Annapolis Maritime Museum (Annapolis, MD), Kanagawa Prefectural Museum (Yokohama, Japan), Baltimore Museum of Art (Baltimore, MD), Hiratsuka City Museum (Hiratsuka, Japan), Maryland Institute College of Art (Baltimore, MD), Towson University (Towson, MD), Maryland Art Place (Baltimore, MD), Montpelier Cultural Arts Center (Laurel, MD), Artscape Juried Exhibitions (Baltimore, MD), Strathmore Hall (North Bethesda, MD), The Academy of the Arts (Easton, MD), and University of Toledo (Toledo, OH). Her works in fiber and anodized metal have been selected for numerous national craft shows, including American Craft Council (ACC) Craft Fairs in Baltimore, MD, San Francisco, CA and Newport, RI. Campbell’s photographic work has received numerous awards which include First Place, in the National Geographic International Photography Contest, and the Silver Prize in Art Ascent Art & Literature Journal international art magazine. Campbell was selected by New York art critic Vincent Katz for the year-long Critics Residency Program at Maryland Art Place in Baltimore, Maryland. Campbell’s photographic prints are included in numerous corporate collections, to include the permanent collections of Hilton Worldwide, PNC Bank, and, Inc. A series of Campbell’s photographs were purchased for the new building at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC and her photographs have been part of public art installations which include LED Baltimore’s 90-foot digital billboard on Charles Street in Baltimore, MD and the City Panorama Photo-Mural Project in Seattle, WA. Campbell studied photography with Richard Jaquish at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD where she completed the post-baccalaureate Certificate of Fine Art in Photography program. She earned a BA in Visual Arts at Goucher College in Towson, MD where she studied painting with Hilton Brown. Campbell maintains a studio practice at the Mill Centre in Baltimore, MD, where she produces her own large-scale archival pigment ink photographic prints. To learn more about the artist, please visit her website:

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