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artist , educator

Patricia Campbell, American artist, educator. Craftsman fellowship grantee, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, 1982, fellowship, National Education Association, 1979. Member of American Crafts Council, Surface Design Association (honorary).

Background

Campbell, Patricia was born on September 24, 1943 in Concord, New Hampshire, United States. Daughter of David Robert and Flora (King) Campbell.

Education

Bachelor, Colby College, 1965. Master of Fine Arts in Textiles, University Georgia, 1971. Master of Fine Arts, Cranbrook Academy Art, 1978.

Career

Assistant professor Kansas City Art Institute, Missouri, 1973—1976, Tyler School Art, Philadelphia, 1979—1983, Cleveland Institute Art, since 1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include Contemporary Crafts Association, Portland, Oregon, 1981, South-West Missouri State University, 1982, Lodz, Poland, 1981, The Art Fabric, Mainstream, 1982-1984, Heller Gallery, New York City, 1982, Musee Cantonal de Beauz-Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1983, one-man shows include John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheoboygan, Wisconsin, 1984, Meadows Museum, Dallas, 1984, Skidmore College Art Center, 1984, Represented in permanent collections Westin Hotel, Dallas, Spanaway High School, Washington, Represented in permanent collections School Law University Connecticut, Hartford, Angelica Uniform Group, St. Louis, Hurculon Collection, Wilmington, Delaware, Contemporary Crafts Association, Portland, principal works include Westin Hotel, Dallas, 1983, Marina Project, Singapore, 1985.

Membership

Member of American Crafts Council, Surface Design Association (honorary).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing.

Connections

father:
David Robert Campbell

mother:
Flora (King) Campbell