Exhibition of landscape art by Rachael McCampbell is open through Sunday on behalf of Land Trust


Exhibition of landscape art by Rachael McCampbell is open through Sunday on behalf of Land Trust

ABOVE: “A Time Chosen” is a work in oil by Rachael McCampbell. // SUBMITTED

 

Illuminating Landscapes, local artist Rachael McCampbell’s Art Exhibition inspired by The Land Trust for Tennessee, ends with a closing reception from 3 to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 28, at Westhaven Realty, 1001 Westhaven Blvd. Suite 100, Franklin, TN 37064.

McCampbell is known for her ability to capture the essence and importance of Tennessee’s open space that also is the focus of The Land Trust for Tennessee, a 501c(3) land conservation organization working across the state to conserve farms, forests, parks, historic landscapes, scenic views and open space for the benefit of Tennesseans and those who visit.

“Growing up on a farm in East Tennessee, I was taught at an early age about the importance of open spaces and the flora and fauna that inhabit them,” McCampbell said. “As a painter, the protected farms that surround me in Williamson County are my muses — they inspire the landscapes I depict in my work. I relish the opportunity to connect my art with the important work of The Land Trust for Tennessee, an organization who continues to conserve and care for our special places in Tennessee.”

A percentage of sales from the show supports the work of The Land Trust.

 

 

 

 

 

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