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Cameron MacDonell Edit Profile

graphic artist , wood carver

Cameron MacDonell, American graphic artist, wood carver. Founder Elmira's Annual Chairman Arts in the Park, Southern Tier Arts Association, Elmira, 1975.

Background

MacDonell, Cameron was born on May 29, 1938 in Elmira, New York, United States. Son of Gerald Angus and Mary (Yedenek) Macdonald.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Art Education, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1961.

Career

Art teacher, Owego (New York) Center School, 1961-1963;art teacher, Corning/Painted Post (New York) Center School, 1963-1971;graphic artist, Signs-660, Galeta, California, 1971-1976;art director, Art Made Famous, Galeta, 1976-1979;vocational instructor, Association for Retarded Citizens, Elmira, 1979-1984;manager, Sign Shop, Elmira, 1984-1991;owner, operator, Studio 605, Elmira, since 1991;owner, operator, Cameron's Sign Line, since 1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Designer medalion for Santa Barbara (California) County Bicentenial, 1976. Executed mural Komer Center, Elmira, 1991, Midtown Plaza, Elmira, 1991. Designer Arctic League telethon backdrop Clemens Center, Elmira, 1991, scenery for Halina School Dance Arts, 1991.

      Paintings represented in numerous private collections.

Membership

Founder Elmira's Annual Chairman Arts in the Park, Southern Tier Arts Association, Elmira, 1975.

Connections

father:
Gerald Angus Macdonald

mother:
Mary (Yedenek) Macdonald