Cami Monet Webb has been painting since the age of three and has sold her artwork since the age of six. Now she has sold out of two limited edition prints, illustrated a children’s book, and has done several father-daughter sets for charity. Besides having many avid collectors of her artwork, Cami has also won many awards for her beautiful watercolours.
Cami’s subjects range from mountain landscapes to florals. Working in watercolours, her interpretation reflects many of the styles and techniques of her father, G. Webb, with somewhat softer edges. Her original paintings are sold only at the gallery.
In addition to painting, Cami recently graduated summa cum laude from the University of Tennessee with a degree in journalism and electronic media. Currently, she is the digital editor for Islands magazine.
When she is not writing or painting, Cami can be found on the tennis courts with her dad or traveling around Florida. Growing up in the Smokies, Cami has fostered a steady friendship with the outdoors and can’t get enough of snowboarding, the lake and anything on water. Find out more about Cami at camimonet.com.