Professorial Lecturer, Fine Arts, Studio Arts Program
Kamille is an interdisciplinary artist and professor from Alexandria, Virginia. Her practice includes drawing, painting, writing, embroidery, and installation. Her paintings highlight transcendentalist motifs and live in between the realm of abstraction and representation. She has assisted on communications and curatorial projects with artists and businesses as a writer, editor, and graphic designer.
She received an MFA from George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design and a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. She was a 2022 Torpedo Factory Post-Grad Resident Artist. She shared a visiting artist lecture with MFA students at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She also received the Outstanding MFA Award at the Next exhibition. She has exhibited work at Target Gallery, Anderson Gallery, Bronx Art Space, Gallery 102, Gallery 5, the Garden, Studio 23, Richmond Library, the Center for Craft, the LGBTQ Center of Durham, and the Refinery Creator Space.