We are excited to welcome a new member to AATM. Margy Campbell has been painting and exploring her artistic endeavors since the 1970’s, when she moved to rural Iowa and began taking classes from a local artist. Her folk oil painting designs, painted on barn board and old-fashioned shade cloth pulled taut with embroidery hoops, were of local scenes – barns, colorful quilt designs of crops, and family farms. As she began to pay more attention to her rural living environment, she began to notice the symmetry and organization of the Pennsylvania style of toll painting proudly displayed on barns and farm homes. She taught herself this art form through reading and experimenting. After placing her artistic creativity on hold as her family moved further west, she used other creative sparks to build a thriving small business in the Salt Lake community. After retirement she took private lessons from a North Carolina artist and learned the unique art of paper sculpting.