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Amy is currently the resident Artist for Blackberry Farm. Amy paints scenic views, structures and commissions as requested by guests. All paintings related to BlackberryFarm are available through the gift shop of Blackberry Farm. For more information, please visit:

-Solo Art Show - May 08
During Maryville Tennessee's monthly last Friday Art Walk, taking place on the last Friday evening of May.
Location: Dandy Lions Gift Shop, Downtown Maryville, TN. beginning at 6 PM. For more information about the event, see media sources or check out
Featured work will be "Colorful portraits and matching post-cards of Maryville Characters".

Group Show and Sale - June 08
Amy Campbell and RobinElla with a collection of colorful art on display and for sale in downtown Maryville, location TBA.
Date: June 27, 6 PM, Downtown Maryville, TN.
For more information about the event, see media sources or check out

-November, 2009-Part of a "Campbell Family Art Show", Tomato Head, Market Square. Artists include Amy Campbell, her Brother John Campbell, and her sister Natalie Bell all of Maryville.

-December, 2009-Part of a "Campbell Family Art Show", Tomato Head, Maryville, Tn. Artists include Amy Campbell, her Brother John Campbell, and her sister Natalie Bell all of Maryville.

April 2003
Blount County Public Library, Maryville, TN
Solo exhibit of new work on display throughout the month. These mixed media "leaf" pieces were created using silkscreen, drawing and painting. This work is a direct reaction to my life on the Holston River in East Tennessee and the type of environment I have lived in and loved for the past 3 years. Birds, gardening and the sense of stewardship with connection to the land have been the primary inspiration and focus of my art over these past few years. The small pieces are a few components in a series of children’s art.

March 3 - 9, 2003
Jewish Community Center, Charleston, S.C.

W orks in a group show during the "Week of the Arts" Celebration.

Mixed Media Exhibit, Fiddlehead Gallery, Bryson City, NC

Mixed media pieces with all new prints of leaves an flowers will be on display at the Fiddlehead Gallery in Bryson City, NC.
November 22, 3 pm - ?
Yee-Haw Industries Holiday Art for the People
413 South Gay Street, Knoxville, TN

Artists from near and far bring their art to the people. Come see Amy's newest work, featuring: small framed children's art with matching fleece pillows, fleece cold weather scarves, cards with hand stitched animal designs and matching gift cards; all-occasion hand silk screened gift wrap with matching cards; small reliquary paintings featuring vintage food, kitchen items, clothing, footwear, hairstyle and cosmetic motifs.

Yee Haw's Holiday Art Show will be open to the public through December, with special events each Friday night. Visit for details.

August 26–September 27
Solo Exhibit of New Work, Maryville College Art Building
Gallery talk, September 23, 2002, 6–8 pm.

August 2 & 3, 2002, 5–8 pm
mARTket Days, Volunteer Landing, Knoxville, TN
Demonstration of printmaking techniques and art sale as participant in the mARTket Days pilot program, sponsored by the Arts & Culture Alliance. Volunteer Landing mARTket Days, August 2–5, will feature visual and performing artists and arts organizations showing, selling and promoting their work at designated stations throughout Volunteer Landing.

June 22–July 20, 2002

The TAG Art Gallery's Southern Slop & Dip "Rural Art for City Folk" show opens Saturday, June 22, 2002, with a free reception from 6:00–9:00 pm. Music at the opening will be provided by Pulp Country chanteuse Kristi Rose. The show will run through July 20, 2002.

Featured artists: Sheila B., Mr. Hooper, C.M. & Grace Kelly Lester, Ramona Hotel, Eric "Preacher Man" Pace, Bryce McCloud and Amy Campbell.

You can find the TAG Art Gallery at 1807 1/2 Ave. S., Nashville, TN. You can reach the gallery by phone at 615.298.2905.


Amy Campbell {Illustration & Design}
phone: 865.680.4114
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