William Campbell Gallery



WILLIAM CAMPBELL GALLERY (217 Foch Street)


James Marshall       Harmony Padgett

James Marshall - The Morphology of Being                             Harmony Padgett - No Words from Thin Skies


William Campbell Gallery(217 Foch St) - The Morphology of Being and No Words from Thin Skies

Exhibition on Display: MARCH 23 MAY 18, 2024 | Work by James Marshall and Harmony Padgett

This Spring Gallery Night, art enthusiasts will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the dynamic and thought-provoking creations of three visionary William Campbell Gallery artists: Justin Adian, James Marshall, and Harmony Padgett. Justin Adian's exhibition Reverb will be on view at the Gallery's Byers Avenue location. James Marshall and Harmony Padgett's exhibitions, The Morphology of Being and No Words from Thin Skies, respectively, will be on view at the Gallery's Foch Street location. Each artist brings a unique perspective and technique to their work, promising a diverse and enriching experience for visitors.

James Marshall, a seasoned artist based in Santa Fe, NM, has spent the past decade refining his style, marked by amorphous forms that exude an otherworldly allure. Marshall's latest series, The Morphology of Being, is characterized by intricate dialogues between glaze and form, reflecting his profound connection to the creative process. With a masterful command of color chemistry, Marshall breathes life into his creations, allowing them to transcend conventional boundaries and embody a sense of fluidity and vitality. The six large-scale works featured in his upcoming exhibition represent the culmination of years of experimentation and introspection, offering viewers a glimpse into Marshall's compelling artistic evolution.

Harmony Padgett, a Texas-born artist with a penchant for pushing the boundaries of traditional painting, presents her latest series, No Words from Thin Skies. Incorporating unexpected elements such as cutout areas and gestural strokes of color, Padgett's works invite viewers to contemplate the delicate balance between spontaneity and control. Inspired by the vastness of the world and the inherent complexities of human existence, Padgett's paintings serve as a poignant reminder of the resilience of the human spirit. Through her exploration of internal fragility and external strength, Padgett invites viewers to embrace the unknown with courage and optimism.

Each of these exhibitions offers a unique opportunity to engage with the transformative power of contemporary art.

 

ABOUT WILLIAM CAMPBELL GALLERY

Founded in 1974 by Bill and Pam Campbell, William Campbell Gallery exhibits high-quality contemporary art in a variety of media, including paintings, works on paper, mixed-media constructions, photography, prints, ceramics, and sculpture. The gallery exhibits nationally recognized artists, along with new and emerging talent, and continues to nurture an awareness and appreciation of the exciting diversity found in contemporary art as it has over the past 49 years.

The gallery announced its new ownership in December of 2020 to the Fort Worth Contemporary Art Partners (FWCAP), which includes Tim and Misty Locke, Jadz Pate, Clayton Snodgrass, and J.W. and Andrea Wilson. In March 2022, a second gallery location was opened to feature additional works in a modern, bright, and alternative environment. In February 2023 the gallery announced the new Director Anne Kelly Lewis.

 

William Campbell Gallery

4935 Byers Avenue Location
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Phone 817-737-9566, Fax 817-737-5466

217 Foch Street Location
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Phone: 682-224-6131

For more information, contact the gallery at info@williamcampbellgallery.com either location via phone, or below commerce/social media channels.

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