Leroy Campbell Studios Opens Its Doors To Art Lovers

Top Quote On November 2, 2019, Leroy Campbell will welcome art enthusiasts into his art studio, namely Leroy Campbell Studios, located in Atlanta in the up and coming neighborhood called Airport City, for a customer appreciation brunch and studio opening. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 23, 2019 - Starting his career as a contemporary artist in 1983, Campbell is best known for fusing art history and using nostalgic themes and collages of afro-centric periodicals in paintings, depicting African-American culture and relationships. 

“I want to break bread with my supporters,” says Campbell. “I am so grateful to be alive to create, and I would like to show my appreciation by opening up my studio space to the public.” The studio opening will include 25 new original works along with 15 limited edition reproductions.


    November 2, 2019
12:00 PM-3:00 PM

    Doors Close at 6:00 PM

    November 3, 2019
12:00 PM-3:00 PM

    Doors Close at 6:00 PM

    Studio Opening Dates:

    November 2, 2019 – December 31, 2019:

    Friday: 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    Saturday: 11:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Sunday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    For media inquiries, email nickie ( @ ) goodgirlpr dot com dot For more information, visit leroycampbelloriginals dot com


About Leroy Campbell

    A southern man with a city spirit, Leroy Campbell is a master gardener, painter, storyteller, and lover of souls, Campbell paints a beautiful hope for humanity through his art and through his words. Clients include Carmelo Anthony, Samuel Jackson, Terry McMillian, and Tom Joyner, just to name a few. In telling the stories he knows best, he is offering the wisdom and lessons of the elders as a gift to us all. As part of the human experience, we are all searching for our place in the garden, our purpose, our connection, our significance in this world. Those stories are the most powerful gifts in the universe as they provide a sense of self and a foundation of wisdom based on patience, love, and discernment. Campbell’s vision is of a healthy garden, where each is whole, liberated and validated, where people are free to love who they are and in turn nurture others around them. 

Campbell’s paintings, infused with history, tie the past to the present in the practice of Sankofa, the understanding that you can’t move forward until you receive the lessons of the past. The vulnerability of his art, his soul, his ability to tell a story through the use of acrylic, paper, tapestries, and organic materials, creates an opportunity for conversation, for something real, for the human connection that we are all desperately seeking.

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