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Debbie Campbell


Debbie Campbell is grateful that she is able to express herself through her art, whether it be graphic design, writing, or landscape oil painting. She enjoys painting landscapes, seascapes, and animals in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine. As an artist, Debbie sees things that others may not. Looking around, she constantly analyzes form, color, and tone. She appreciates the design and patterns that nature creates and strives to capture these in her paintings. Debbie loves painting en plein air (in the open air) and finds unlimited inspiration from the beauty of nature. Water is one of her favorite subjects. Debbie paints only in oil due to the richness of color and the flexibility of this medium. Influenced by the great Impressionists, her goal is to capture light and atmosphere in every painting while creating a well-composed, unique, and interesting work of art. She wants the viewer to see and feel the beauty, tranquility, and wonder that exists in nature.

Debbie's formal education includes degrees from Massachusetts College of Art (MassArt) and Northeastern University. She has been fortunate to study with some fantastic painters, including the late Frances Weston Hoyt of New London, a student of Frank Vincent Dumond, John Traynor, Gil Perry, and Peter Granucci. Debbie is a juried member of the New Hampshire Art Association, a member of the Monadnock Art Association, a contributing member of the Rockport Art Association, and a past adjunct professor at Colby-Sawyer College and New Hampshire Institute of Art. Debbie's work has appeared in local and regional juried shows and galleries.


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