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Ericka Tiffany Phillips is a meditation guide, community organizer and rising thought leader in the field of mindfulness. For this session of Telfair Museums’ Contemplative Viewing series, Phillips will lead participants through a virtual tour of selected works from the exhibition Feels like Freedom: Phillip J. Hampton by incorporating mindfulness meditation techniques into the viewing experience. Free admission by registration. Registrants will receive a Zoom link by email for the session.

Free admission by registration. Registrants will receive a Zoom link by email for the session.

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Feels Like Freedom: Phillip J. Hampton

Jepson Center
Feels like Freedom: Phillip J. Hampton, the first large-scale museum retrospective of American painter Phillip J. Hampton (1922¬–2016), an artist long overdue for continued research and recognition. The exhibition traces Hampton’s incredible and innovative artistic production from illustrative realism to abstract experimentation. Beginning with his social realist drawings and paintings created in Savannah, viewers will be captivated by the artist’s creative evolution toward the freedom and self-discovery he found in abstraction. His innovative spirit will be showcased and celebrated through his use of experimental mediums including string gridwork, acrylic emulsions, and shaped canvases.
exhibition

Feels Like Freedom: Phillip J. Hampton

Jepson Center
Feels like Freedom: Phillip J. Hampton, the first large-scale museum retrospective of American painter Phillip J. Hampton (1922¬–2016), an artist long overdue for continued research and recognition. The exhibition traces Hampton’s incredible and innovative artistic production from illustrative realism to abstract experimentation. Beginning with his social realist drawings and paintings created in Savannah, viewers will be captivated by the artist’s creative evolution toward the freedom and self-discovery he found in abstraction. His innovative spirit will be showcased and celebrated through his use of experimental mediums including string gridwork, acrylic emulsions, and shaped canvases.