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The Baltimore Ekphrasis Project
The Light Ekphrastic invited Dottie Campbell to participate in their collaborative project with LED Baltimore. The Light Ekphrastic is an online journal that inspires writer/artist collaborations. The writer and the artist each create new work that has been inspired by their partner’s work. LED Baltimore’s ninety-foot digital billboard on Charles Street in Baltimore was used as a digital art display for this project.
Dottie Campbell was partnered with Tracy Dimond, a Baltimore poet. Dottie’s image Queen Calafia’s Morning Mirror was inspired by Tracy’s poem Lost Time And Gloves and Tracy’s poem Maintain Effervescence was inspired by Dottie’s image Dragon Dreams. On the LED billboard, excerpts from Tracy’s two poems appeared on Dottie’s images.
Exhibitions on the Web
Dottie Campbell was invited to create an online portfolio on the international Lens Culture magazine. The British newspaper, The Guardian, cited LensCulture as one of the eighth best photography websites or online publications in the world. Will Coldwell, writing in The Independent in 2013, described LensCulture as a "definitive resource for anyone who wants to keep up with the latest trends and debates in contemporary photography".
Framed Photographic Prints on View
MFA Circle Gallery / 18 State Circle / Annapolis MD
❍ Juried International Exhibition
American Landscapes: Scenes from the Americas
Juror: Al Gury, Painting Department Chairman, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
August 10 through September 9, 2017
The Mill Center Studio #349 / 3000 Chestnut Avenue / Baltimore MD
❍ The exhibition gallery of DC Campbell Studio is open by appointment at The Mill Center building located in the Baltimore village of Hampden.
The studio is on the third floor in Studio #349.
Call Dottie Campbell at 410-243-0475 for an appointment.
Exhibitions change every two months starting in June.
June-July: New Photographs from Buffalo
August-September: Landscape Drama
October-November: Exhibition: Photographic work for Mill Centre Open Studio Tour
End of November-December: Holiday Selections
Hilton Baltimore / 401 W Pratt Street / Baltimore, MD
❍ Six 36” x 48” photographs from the Vehicular Landscape portfolio are on permanent view in the third floor public area of the Hilton Hotel in downtown Baltimore, Maryland.
Take the elevator to the third floor.
Included in this group is the winner of the National Geographic Photography Contests, Black Buick Cottonwood.
Additional photographs from various portfolios can be found in the Executive and Presidential Suites.
All images and content of this site © 2017 Dottie Campbell