Tom Campbell

Bio

Tom Campbell, a Toronto-based painter, has been an instructor at the Toronto School of Art since 1989, with teaching stints at Sanford Fleming College, Sheridan College and the ROM. Since 2000, he has also travelled to the Aegean island of Ikaria every other spring to teach at the Ikarian Cultural Centre.

Campbell had his first major one-man show at Gallery Stratford in 1985, won the Kitchener-Waterloo Gallery prize for painting and joined the stable of artists at the Bau-Xi Gallery (Toronto and Vancouver). More recently, other projects of interest have included painting the giant shipwreck mural for John Greyson’s feature film Zero Patience and painting a CD cover for alternative pop band Stars. On television, he was featured in “Artists in the Urban Environment” for Spectrum and Star Portraits, which aired on Bravo. His most recent exhibitions have been in Ottawa at the Galleria St Laurent + HilI and in C Word (Craft in the Fine Arts) curated by Richard Mongiat at The Doris McCarthy Gallery, Toronto.

Education

2004 Sculpture, Crawford College of Art, Cork

1995 Sculpture, University of Northumbria, Newcastle

1994 Foundation, Leeds College of Art & Design

1993 Pre-Foundation, Dumfries Technical College

1990 Highers, St. Joseph’s College, Dumfries

Courses

CourseLevelDetails
Introduction to Life PaintingIntroduction-IntermediateView
Introduction to PaintingAbsolute BeginnersView
Life Painting 1 and 2Introduction-IntermediateView
 
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