Naomi Campbell is an interdisciplinary artist whose work combines art and science in a wide spectrum of studio and new media art. Known for her work that questions the identity of the individual through the malleable forms of space, Campbell explores the universal ideas of loss, meaning and memory.
Naomi Campbell (b. Montréal, Canada), a graduate of Collége de Champlain, Quebec, studied at the University of Guelph, Ontario and the School of Visual Arts, NY. She is a graduate in painting and in printmaking at The Art Students League of New York, NY. The artist lives and works in New York.
Permanent public collections holding Campbell’s work include: the City of New York; the City of Irving, Texas; the City of Geochang, South Korea; the New York Public Library; the New York State Museum, NY and the Trenton City Museum, New Jersey. Her many commissions include work for the MTA Arts for Transit, NY, S.W.I.F.T. Pan-Americas (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications Pan-Americas) corporate headquarters in Times Square; Maimonides Hospital, New York City; the ASPCA(American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), New York City and Florida; and LIA (London International Advertising), New York City and London, UK.
Campbell’s work has in addition been included in almost two hundred national and international exhibitions in museums and galleries. She has four Honorary Signature Memberships and has received four Gold Medals of Honor for her work in national juried exhibitions. Campbell has been a faculty instructor at the Art Students League since 2007. She has lectured at many prominent art organizations and colleges in the United States and has also contributed to art journals and magazines. Her work has appeared in numerous magazine and newspaper publications, including over eighteen book publications.