‘Short Stories of Love and Maladjustments’ by Philip Campbell

BY JO ANNE TRIPLETT
Source: LEO Weekly

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“I use allegorical characters to tell real stories of love, life and sobriety. Sometimes mine, sometimes yours,” said Indianapolis artist Philip Campbell. What else would expect from an exhibition with the title “Short Stories of Love and Maladjustments”? In his second solo show at garner narrative, Campbell presents installations of dried flowers in resin as well as narrative work cut from African mahogany that is a little bit painting and a little bit sculpture.

Through, July 28
garner narrative contemporary fine art
642 E. Market St.
garnernarrative.com

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