Melinda A. Brantley Cameron-Godsey, American Artist. Registered interior designer, Arkansas. Celebrated Arkansas Woman Artist at Russell Senate Building, Washington. Member Knickerbocker Artists United States of America, Mid-Southern Watercolor Society (signature member), Southwestern Watercolor Society.
Cameron-Godsey, Melinda A. Brantley was born on January 3, 1954 in El Dorado, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of Austin Van and Jamie Lou (Middleton) Brantley.
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Louisiana Technology University, 1979.
One-woman shows include San Diego International Exhibition, 1985 (Best of Show award), Southwestern Water Society, Dallas, 1985 (2 awards), Watercolor Art Society, Houston, 1985, 1987, Ariel Gallery, New York City, 1986, Dishman Art Gallery, Beaumont, Texas, 1987, Hot Springs (Arkansas) Art Center, 1988, South Arkansas Art Center, El Dorado, 1988, 1991, 1995, Arkansas River Valley Art Center, Russellville, 1989, Adirondacks National Exhibition, New York, 1989, Riverside Art Gallery, Shreveport, 1990, Salmagundi Club, New York City, 1999, others, United States Senator Blanche Lincoln, Washington District of Columbia, since 2003. Art work published in: American Artist's Annual Publication, Watercolor 90, Crazyhorse, 1990, 1997, Poet's Market, others.
Member Knickerbocker Artists United States of America, Mid-Southern Watercolor Society (signature member), Southwestern Watercolor Society.
Married James Stephen Cameron, January 5, 1973 (divorced November 1985). Children: Kelly Van Cameron, Courtney Y. Cameron. Married William Paul Godsey, January 1, 1995.