Catherine Campbell

One aspect of  not only being an Art Historian, but also an Artist and appreciator of Art is the opportunity to continually discover new Artists.

I am constantly making suggestions to the Art students to look at this Artist or that Artist and they in turn open my eyes to Artists I am not familiar with.

While flipping through the Illustration Now: Volume 3 book one afternoon in the department, I was inspired to do a little online research on an Artist I had come across. Her name is, Catherine Campbell and her work is hauntingly beautiful, I fell in love with the girl and owl in the teacup. Her work is colourful and imaginative and I like her use of mixed media.

I endeavour to always make new discoveries and continue to explore, that is what life is about, just keeping yourself open to something new.

(All images copyright Catherine Campbell)

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  1. the REAL girl

    delightful as always Miss Jennifer! The things you see and the way you see them are so different—I love the perspective—-English teachers are so CLEAR and CONTROLLED….you choose an item and then mix and match it with so many things…I always just love it!!
    just an aside….one of my professors was actually the PRESIDENT of the International Jane Austin society…I don’t believe she is any longer, but she was a gem as a prof….
    Have a wonderful weekend dearest!!

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