Keith Campbell - Ceramic Artist
About
Ceramic Artist Keith Campbell has received 52 awards/honours for his works to date. Keith is a nationally recognized Clay Artist whose work theme is of Canadian myths, legends and History. Keith's works are included in the collections of the Archives of Ontario, the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the Royal Ontario Museum, Nickle Arts Museum, Varazdin City Museum, Croatia, the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Burlington Art Centre, The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Fusion: Clay & Glass Association of Ontario, the Ontario Crafts Council, Art Gallery of Temiskaming, Canadore College, Ontario Northland Railways, R.E.M. well as numerous public & private collections. Keith was a finalist in the Premier's Award of Excellence in the Arts in 2010. Keith has been honoured with Canada's 125th Anniversary Commenorative Anniversary Medal, the John Mather Medal from the Ontario Craft Council as well as being given the title of 'Elder' from Fusion: the Clay and Glass Association of Ontario and Artist in Residence Emeritus from Canadore College. Keith's works are included in over 20 books published in England, Germany, U.S.A and Canada. Keith has conducted over 45 workshop/lectures across Canada. Keith was a founder/director of Canadore College's Famous Summer School of the Arts: Artsperience for 25 years. Keith is a founding member of Fusion: the Clay and Glass Association Of Ontario, the White Water Gallery, the WKP Kennedy Gallery and The North Bay Potters Guild. Keith was also one of the original 13 elected members of Ceramic Masters Canada and an elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists. www.keithcampbell.ca