CountyPrince George's County
Literary Arts, Media Arts, Performing Arts, Traditional Arts, Visual Arts
Artist StatementArt opens your eyes to the world in a different way. You don't just see colors individually. You see the tones of each color, how they form, how they blend, where they start and where they begin. Art speaks volumes no matter how many colors are there.
Renee' D. Campbell lives in Beltsville, Maryland. Winning the President's Award for writing in third grade for an essay on the impact of slavery for African Americans and Native Americans, she knew writing was her gift. She has several poems published, and has written various articles for Prince George's Suite Magazine in Prince George's County, Maryland. Renee' has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of the District of Columbia, as well as a Master of Science in Human Resources Management and Development from the University of Maryland University College. She will complete her Masters in Business Administration in the coming semesters.
Over the years she has written stage plays for her church's Sunday School class. In 2011, she wrote her first big production, "A Christmas of Deliverance", and in 2013 she collaborated with another writer to write and produce the stage play "Is It Me?" in Columbia, Maryland. She is a self-published author and illustrator of a children's book "Have you ever?", and is currently working on three other books in various genres.
The last three years, Renee' has been dedicated to creating and designing various accessories for men, women, and children through crochet and needle tatting. She makes hats, scarves, purses, jewelry, and other handmade gifts. She is also a painter. Acrylic is her medium of choice for now, but she hopes to soon expand her palette to oils and pastels.