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Hailey Campbell

These Boots Were Made For Fighting Fires

I’ve found that the most enjoyable renderings I create are of pin up girls and I spend most of my days making more and more. I discovered this when an ‘uncle’ of mine decided to joke about wanting a particular tattoo…next thing he knew he was turned into a certain boot wearing-bombshell. not only do I dedicate this painting to him but to my grandfather and my great grandfather. Fred and Warner Hoeksema were both fire chiefs and depicted in our own historical museum is a photograph my great grandpa (Fred) in fire engine number one, thus the number one on this pin up girl’s hat.”

244 East Third Street (located on back of building)
Hailey Campbell, artist

Red Wild

My time and effort painting for my hometown had a large purpose in my demeanor as an artist. I had always been told what to draw through assignments, friends, and family and found myself to be easily swayed to draw something I knew at least one person would like. The question remained throughout my summer about well…what do I like? All four of my beloved paintings are supposed to reflect what I have always wanted to achieve and I have never been more satisfied with my works, so when you ask yourself ‘why a red tiger with pink eyes?’ my answer is ‘why not’?

150 Bancroft Street
Hailey Campbell, artist

Composition and Composure

I decided in this rendering that I would do the opposite of what I normally study in portraiture. The majority of my painted and sketched faces are. trying to put forth some sort of expression, this particular portrait challenged my hand to bring about little to no expression on the face, but through color I wanted the audience to associate a feeling with this piece.

150 Bancroft Street
Hailey Campbell, artist

For the Birds

I have always found myself being drawn to owls, they somehow have always come very naturally to me and I find people (including myself) always in allure of the eyes. The intrigue I find in that also brought about the challenge of wanting my audience’s eyes to travel throughout my piece.

211 North Almont Avenue
Hailey Campbell, artist

2019 Season
May 16 - October 17
Thursdays
10:00 AM-4:00 PM
Corner of Third & Main Streets

June through August
Tuesdays
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Lamb Steele Park
(Behind City Hall)

September 28, 2019
Saturday Night
6:00 PM- 10:00 PM
Downtown Imlay City

December 7, 2019
Saturday Night
6:15 PM
Downtown Imlay City

Imlay City DDA

150 North Main Street

Imlay City, MI 48444

8:00 AM- 4:30 PM

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