The Robert Lange Studios is one of the highest rated galleries in the country and has been voted the best gallery in Charleston from 2010 to 2013. It's one of the largest galleries with a beautiful museum style exhibition space. Robert Lange Studios is dedicated to the development of an on-going dialogue between artists from a diverse range of artistic disciplines at differing levels of their careers. The location of the 6000 sq foot building is unmatched and history can be felt in the walls of the building from 1670. The gallery has been featured in American Art Collector, National Geographic Traveler, the Huffington Post, and on MSNBC. This year Charleston was named by Conde Nast Traveler's the #1 City in the World and Travel & Leisure's named it the #2 Best City in the U.S. and Canada. Many have called Charleston "the Santa Fe of the East" since they are both historic cities filled with art galleries and high end restaurants.
The annual Collectors’ Reserve art exhibition and sale celebrates its fifth anniversary this year with the opening of the exhibition on October 25, 2014. This invitational exhibition and art sale, which runs through November 14, 2014, provides opportunities for art collectors to experience and purchase fine works of art created by nationally recognized and emerging artists while raising funds to support Gilcrease Museum's acquisition fund.
August 23, The Wildlife Experience Museum in Parker, CO, unveils the Society of Animal Artists' 54th Annual Exhibition, featuring wildlife and animal artworks by member artists in diverse media and artistic styles. Camille is absolutely thrilled and honored to be accepted into such a prestigious exhibition. The exhibit remains on display through October 22, then a portion of the works (yet to be chosen by the jurors) travel to museums through the U.S.A. Equally as thrilling is the coverage given in the September issue of Southwest Art magazine which shows Camille's painting, "Who's A Good Girl" as one of only two paintings in the exhibition article... and to the right beside it on the next page, Camille's "Little Chickadee" painting is displayed (easily seen in the photo below due to their cheerful red backgrounds.) Here's an excerpt from the article: "Acutely aware of the color and beauty around her, Tennessee resident Camille Engel captures songbirds and other animals - both domestic and wild - in intricate detail and emotive texture." Be sure to pick up this beautiful magazine... and, if you find yourself in or near Denver, CO, please make a point to visit the exhibition. You'll be glad you did!
AMERICAN STILL LIFES, created by David J. Wagner LLC of Traveling Museum Exhibitions, brings together several artists from across the nation. This exhibition features masterpieces by a range of contemporary artists recognized especially for their sumptuous still life compositions along with their dazzling artistic techniques. This is the first all still life exhibit to be held at the gallery.
Due to its high artistic quality in the eyes of its professional staff and Board of Directors, the R.W. Norton Art Museum extends the popular "American Still Lifes" exhibition.
Seven Camille Engel Still Life paintings hang in this prestigious exhibition, which is to continue on tour with more museums (continued schedule to be announced this summer).