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Leroy Campbell
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A timeless limited edition work of art by South Carolina Gullah artist Leroy Campbell. This work of art explores the themes of education. It depicts a group of young African American girls congregating during recess at school. 

Available as a standard Giclee on Canvas and as a Hand-Embellished Giclee on Canvas. Both versions ship signed and numbered and with a certificate of authenticity from the artist. Edition Size: 100 pieces

A work of art that measures 15x30 inches in size.

Note: This is print on demand giclee on canvas and expedited shipping isn't available for this item. it takes 5 to 14 business days to process and ship.

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Description

A timeless limited edition work of art by South Carolina Gullah artist Leroy Campbell. This work of art explores the themes of education. It depicts a group of young African American girls congregating during recess at school. 

Available as a standard Giclee on Canvas and as a Hand-Embellished Giclee on Canvas. Both versions ship signed and numbered and with a certificate of authenticity from the artist. Edition Size: 100 pieces

A work of art that measures 15x30 inches in size.

Note: This is print on demand giclee on canvas and expedited shipping isn't available for this item. it takes 5 to 14 business days to process and ship.

Specs.
Cert. Of Authenticity Certificate of Authenticity Provided by the Artist
Edition Limited Edition
Edition Size 100
Framed Unframed
Height 15 inches
Length 30 inches
Medium Canvas
Signed Signed and Numbered by the Artist
SKU campbell-recess
Leroy Campbell
Through nostalgic scenes and universal themes, he illustrates the art of storytelling using melanges of acrylic, paper, tapestries and organic materials. His work is a fusion of art and history that celebrates family and community culture and is sparked by the essence of that which connects all people. Through these archetypes, Leroy Campbell finds his creative voice and tells his visual stories. Stylized coal black figures with elongated necks and no visible eyes, silhouettes “look[ing] inward to the soul” and full lips that, “...speak for the soul even in their silence.” Amalgamated with newspaper collages as a backdrop, the images speak volumes to observers. Uninhibited and unconfined, and with an impetus to ignite spiritual and emotional sparks in the world, Campbell premiered with expressive yet single dimensional pastel smudges. He then evolves, through his patient discovery of using light and shadow, and with layers of text and texture that implicate the multilayered essences of life. His art is meant to socialize with people and provide a dialogue of inspiration. The words and imagery Leroy Campbell composes conveys a unified message which elucidates the commonalities in all of us.
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