Athens Banner-Herald Newspaper Article Jan. 26, 2009 Go HERE: http://www.onlineathens.com/stories/012609/liv_381478684.shtml
The Magic Doll is the story of a little girl named Erika that learns from her mistakes
with the help of a mysterious Gypsy woman
and a magic doll.
Also included in this book are Bonus Images
from Cameron Hampton's personal sketch book
that she created while living in Budapest, Hungary.
To see more of Cameron Hampton's work go to: www.artistcameronhampton.com
Cameron Hampton American 1968 Cameron Hampton's work has been described as dark realism. She uses traditional mediums combined with modern materials and digital mediums to create dire, gritty, macabre and dark imagery. Hampton is a Masters Circle Member of the International Association of Pastel Societies, earning her Gold Medal in the Spring of 2007, a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America, the Southeastern Pastel Society and the Alabama Pastel Society. She has exhibited in over one hundred exhibitions including many one woman shows and has many works in corporate and private collections. She has been published in many magazines such as Blue Canvas Magazine, the London based Quarto Publishing book, “Sketching and Drawing: Tips, Techniques and Shortcuts” , the Ripperologist Magazine and the Japanese Artist Magazine, Ichi-mai no E. Hampton attended both Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York and The Atlanta College of Art (now SCAD).
Altered, Volume I Published January 13, 2012
SimpleEntomology Published November 25, 2010
A Show of Hands Published November 24, 2010
Crackers the Tree Cat Published January 05, 2009
The Pastels of Cameron Hampton Published November 21, 2008