Craig Campbell

associate member

I began sculpting more than 20 years ago and received my BFA in sculpture from Wichita State University. To further my goal to create figurative and representational work, I began a rigorous program of self-study in the areas of human and animal anatomy, movement, character, and proportion. I've created work for both commercial clients and fine art galleries, and my work has been commissioned by zoos and theming companies, toy companies, and the film industry, including work for The Hobbit, Elysium and Mad Max. I was a featured artist in the HISTORY channel’s “Monument Guys” TV series. Public art credits include: 1). Pride of the Plains Lion Monument (Bronze) Sedgwick County Zoo, Wichita Ks 2). American Bald Eagle (Bronze), Sedgwick County Zoo, Wichita KS 3). Cassowary (Bronze), Sedgwick County Zoo, Wichita KS 4). Rugby World Cup Monument (Bronze and Concrete), Wellington, New Zealand 5). Tigers and Sun Bears x 4 (concrete), Wellington Zoo, Wellington, New Zealand 6). The Born Collection x 6 (Bronze), Neonatal Trust, Wellington, New Zealand 7). Neptune Monument (Bronze), Richard Taylor Sculpture Park 8). Sleeping man on Ball Monument (Bronze), Richard Taylor Sculpture Park 9). Walking Man Monument (Bronze), Richard Taylor Sculpture Park 10). Leaping Man Monument (Bronze), Richard Taylor Sculpture Park 11). Robots bas- Reliefs x 2, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 12). Zoot suits bas- relief, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 13). Flappers bas-relief, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 14). Roxy Fish handles x 4, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 15). Art deco Lamps x 2, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 16). Art Deco corbels x 12, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 17). Art Deco Marquee, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 18). Harry Houdini Monument (Bronze), Appleton, Wisconsin 19). Pirate Monument (Bronze), Oklahoma City, OK and St. Augustine FLA 20). Hugh Glass Monument (Bronze), TBD 21). General Tom Stafford Monument (Bronze), Weatherford, OK 22). Harry S. Truman Monument (Bronze), Oklahoma City, OK 23). Medusa (Bronze), Private commission 24). Bertha Belle and Clancy (Bronze), Vogel Schwartz sculpture garden, Little Rock, AR 25). Bucknell Bison (Bronze), Bucknell University, Lewisville, PA 26). “Into the Wind” (Bronze), Benson Sculpture Park, Loveland, CO 27). Houdini, (Bronze) Lafayette, CO 28). Tootsie’s Scribbles, Hot Springs, AR 29). Over the Moon (Bronze ), Vogel Schwartz sculpture garden, Little Rock, AR Current Gallery Representation includes: Exhibitions Gallery – Wellington, New Zealand Crucible Gallery – Norman, Oklahoma Walt Horton Gallery, Beaver Creek, CO MUD HAUS, Wichita, KS Awards: 1st in Sculpture - St. Stephen’s Art Show, Miami, FLA 2015 3rd in Three dimensional/ Sculpture – Autumn &Art, Wichita, KS 2015 30). MUD HAUS, Wichita, KS 1st in Sculpture – Art City Austin, Austin , TX Teaching Credits: Bethany College, Lindborg KS / 2016-present University of Arkansas, Little Rock AR - workshop 2018 Media Design School, Auckland NZ / workshop 2014 Palette and Chisel, Chicago IL / workshop 2015-2018 Center for the Arts, Wichita KS / 2014 – 2016 Campbell Studios, Wichita KS / 2014 - present References Rob Muraskin Co-Executive Producer, MONUMENT GUYS for H2/ HISTORY CHANNEL muraskin@gmail.com ph. +1 917-714-3570 I am writing to give my highest possible recommendation for Mr. Craig Campbell. I know Craig through his work as a sculptor on the show “Monument Guys,” a television series I executive produce for the History Channel’s H2 Network. I first became aware of Craig while scouting for a sculptor to make an appearance on our show— Craig’s prior work experience made him an immediate standout, and his immense talent and charisma propelled him from one singular appearance to a lead role on the entire series. It’s hard to overstate Craig’s creative talents— they’re immense and his work speaks for itself. But Craig is also an outstanding colleague; one of the hardest-working and most dedicated people I have ever worked with. Over the course of the past year, while filming our show, we’ve put him under tremendous pressure with extremely tight deadlines, a rigorous travel schedule, and sculpture subjects that ran the gauntlet; from Blackbeard to an Apollo astronaut. Each and every bronze sculpture he produced was outstanding in every way, and just as remarkable were his positive attitude, problem-solving skills, adaptability, teamwork, and tireless work ethic. At one point, Craig sculpted for thirty hours straight in order to assist a fellow sculptor who had fallen behind on a deadline. Craig is exceptional in every way, and I wholeheartedly recommend him. Please contact me any time to speak in person… Sincerely, Rob Muraskin Gino Acevido Textures Supervisor and Creative Art Director for Weta Digital gino@wetafx.co.nz ph. (04) 909-6245 To whom it may concern: My name is Gino Acevedo and I work for both Weta Digital and Weta Workshop. I am a special makeup effects artist as well as a digital artist. I have been working in the film industry for over 25 years. My film credits include: Alien3, Men in Black, Death Becomes Her, Godzilla, Independence Day, Wolf, the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies, King Kong, Rise and Dawn of Planet of the Apes to name a few. I have had the great privilege of knowing and working with Craig for the past 3 years here in New Zealand. He has brought with him his great sculpting and design skills and has willingly passed them on to many other artists. Craig is perfect teacher and carries a presence about him that excites people and gives them the confidence needed to be able to create. He is a very dedicated to his craft and gives 110% of devotion to it, and it obviously shows in the final results. I am very proud to know Craig and am constantly amazed at seeing what he produces. He is one of the great classic sculptors of our time and a great friend. If you have any need for further discussion, please feel free to email or call me. Sincerely, Gino Acevedo Mark Palmerton The Crucible LLC markpalmerton@gmail.com ph. 405-579-2433 To whom it may concern, I’ve known Mr. Campbell and his God given talents for 18 years, he is a man of dignity, a man of knowledge, and a man that wears his beliefs with his strength… His artistic ability is special; capturing “time” is second nature to Craig. He develops an atmosphere that invites the viewer to take heed, his work demands it! Working side by side with Craig this past year on multiple projects has been refreshing, his readiness for a challenge is something hard to find in a sculptor these days. Many times I see the hesitation of design or the indecisiveness of textures upon a form, but with Craig, that “second nature” kicks in, along with the passion he carries, and from there, his hands bring the clay to life! As a foundry man of nearly 35 years I’ve seen all sides of the sculptural realm, specifically in bronze, and let me say that Craig’s work is alive, it’s clay that will capture the moment. I highly recommend his talents as well as his person for such a task, you will be rewarded with something magnificent! Respectfully, Mark Palmerton Owner The Crucible LLC *more references available on request. Images ​

associate member

Craig Campbell

I began sculpting more than 20 years ago and received my BFA in sculpture from Wichita State University. To further my goal to create figurative and representational work, I began a rigorous program of self-study in the areas of human and animal anatomy, movement, character, and proportion. I've created work for both commercial clients and fine art galleries, and my work has been commissioned by zoos and theming companies, toy companies, and the film industry, including work for The Hobbit, Elysium and Mad Max. I was a featured artist in the HISTORY channel’s “Monument Guys” TV series. Public art credits include: 1). Pride of the Plains Lion Monument (Bronze) Sedgwick County Zoo, Wichita Ks 2). American Bald Eagle (Bronze), Sedgwick County Zoo, Wichita KS 3). Cassowary (Bronze), Sedgwick County Zoo, Wichita KS 4). Rugby World Cup Monument (Bronze and Concrete), Wellington, New Zealand 5). Tigers and Sun Bears x 4 (concrete), Wellington Zoo, Wellington, New Zealand 6). The Born Collection x 6 (Bronze), Neonatal Trust, Wellington, New Zealand 7). Neptune Monument (Bronze), Richard Taylor Sculpture Park 8). Sleeping man on Ball Monument (Bronze), Richard Taylor Sculpture Park 9). Walking Man Monument (Bronze), Richard Taylor Sculpture Park 10). Leaping Man Monument (Bronze), Richard Taylor Sculpture Park 11). Robots bas- Reliefs x 2, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 12). Zoot suits bas- relief, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 13). Flappers bas-relief, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 14). Roxy Fish handles x 4, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 15). Art deco Lamps x 2, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 16). Art Deco corbels x 12, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 17). Art Deco Marquee, Roxy Cinema, Miramar, NZ 18). Harry Houdini Monument (Bronze), Appleton, Wisconsin 19). Pirate Monument (Bronze), Oklahoma City, OK and St. Augustine FLA 20). Hugh Glass Monument (Bronze), TBD 21). General Tom Stafford Monument (Bronze), Weatherford, OK 22). Harry S. Truman Monument (Bronze), Oklahoma City, OK 23). Medusa (Bronze), Private commission 24). Bertha Belle and Clancy (Bronze), Vogel Schwartz sculpture garden, Little Rock, AR 25). Bucknell Bison (Bronze), Bucknell University, Lewisville, PA 26). “Into the Wind” (Bronze), Benson Sculpture Park, Loveland, CO 27). Houdini, (Bronze) Lafayette, CO 28). Tootsie’s Scribbles, Hot Springs, AR 29). Over the Moon (Bronze ), Vogel Schwartz sculpture garden, Little Rock, AR Current Gallery Representation includes: Exhibitions Gallery – Wellington, New Zealand Crucible Gallery – Norman, Oklahoma Walt Horton Gallery, Beaver Creek, CO MUD HAUS, Wichita, KS Awards: 1st in Sculpture - St. Stephen’s Art Show, Miami, FLA 2015 3rd in Three dimensional/ Sculpture – Autumn &Art, Wichita, KS 2015 30). MUD HAUS, Wichita, KS 1st in Sculpture – Art City Austin, Austin , TX Teaching Credits: Bethany College, Lindborg KS / 2016-present University of Arkansas, Little Rock AR - workshop 2018 Media Design School, Auckland NZ / workshop 2014 Palette and Chisel, Chicago IL / workshop 2015-2018 Center for the Arts, Wichita KS / 2014 – 2016 Campbell Studios, Wichita KS / 2014 - present References Rob Muraskin Co-Executive Producer, MONUMENT GUYS for H2/ HISTORY CHANNEL muraskin@gmail.com ph. +1 917-714-3570 I am writing to give my highest possible recommendation for Mr. Craig Campbell. I know Craig through his work as a sculptor on the show “Monument Guys,” a television series I executive produce for the History Channel’s H2 Network. I first became aware of Craig while scouting for a sculptor to make an appearance on our show— Craig’s prior work experience made him an immediate standout, and his immense talent and charisma propelled him from one singular appearance to a lead role on the entire series. It’s hard to overstate Craig’s creative talents— they’re immense and his work speaks for itself. But Craig is also an outstanding colleague; one of the hardest-working and most dedicated people I have ever worked with. Over the course of the past year, while filming our show, we’ve put him under tremendous pressure with extremely tight deadlines, a rigorous travel schedule, and sculpture subjects that ran the gauntlet; from Blackbeard to an Apollo astronaut. Each and every bronze sculpture he produced was outstanding in every way, and just as remarkable were his positive attitude, problem-solving skills, adaptability, teamwork, and tireless work ethic. At one point, Craig sculpted for thirty hours straight in order to assist a fellow sculptor who had fallen behind on a deadline. Craig is exceptional in every way, and I wholeheartedly recommend him. Please contact me any time to speak in person… Sincerely, Rob Muraskin Gino Acevido Textures Supervisor and Creative Art Director for Weta Digital gino@wetafx.co.nz ph. (04) 909-6245 To whom it may concern: My name is Gino Acevedo and I work for both Weta Digital and Weta Workshop. I am a special makeup effects artist as well as a digital artist. I have been working in the film industry for over 25 years. My film credits include: Alien3, Men in Black, Death Becomes Her, Godzilla, Independence Day, Wolf, the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies, King Kong, Rise and Dawn of Planet of the Apes to name a few. I have had the great privilege of knowing and working with Craig for the past 3 years here in New Zealand. He has brought with him his great sculpting and design skills and has willingly passed them on to many other artists. Craig is perfect teacher and carries a presence about him that excites people and gives them the confidence needed to be able to create. He is a very dedicated to his craft and gives 110% of devotion to it, and it obviously shows in the final results. I am very proud to know Craig and am constantly amazed at seeing what he produces. He is one of the great classic sculptors of our time and a great friend. If you have any need for further discussion, please feel free to email or call me. Sincerely, Gino Acevedo Mark Palmerton The Crucible LLC markpalmerton@gmail.com ph. 405-579-2433 To whom it may concern, I’ve known Mr. Campbell and his God given talents for 18 years, he is a man of dignity, a man of knowledge, and a man that wears his beliefs with his strength… His artistic ability is special; capturing “time” is second nature to Craig. He develops an atmosphere that invites the viewer to take heed, his work demands it! Working side by side with Craig this past year on multiple projects has been refreshing, his readiness for a challenge is something hard to find in a sculptor these days. Many times I see the hesitation of design or the indecisiveness of textures upon a form, but with Craig, that “second nature” kicks in, along with the passion he carries, and from there, his hands bring the clay to life! As a foundry man of nearly 35 years I’ve seen all sides of the sculptural realm, specifically in bronze, and let me say that Craig’s work is alive, it’s clay that will capture the moment. I highly recommend his talents as well as his person for such a task, you will be rewarded with something magnificent! Respectfully, Mark Palmerton Owner The Crucible LLC *more references available on request. Images ​