TimCampbellArt

Tim Campbell

New Hampshire, United States · 309 Sales

TimCampbellArt

Tim Campbell

New Hampshire, United States 309 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(83)

Announcement   I am a self-taught / outsider artist.
My work is in galleries throughout New England, Cape Cod, Atlanta,
San Fransisco and also in the American Folk Art Museum in New York City.


I reside in southwestern New Hampshire with my Jack Russell Terrier,
Otis Campbell, named after the character on the Andy Griffith Show.

My work is both thought provoking and humorous. It has taken Folk Art to a new level.
I was selected by "Early American Life" magazine as the 2010 Best & Listed in The Directory
of Traditional American Crafts.

My sculptural pieces are created entirely from recycled wood and metal.
My painted furniture uses vintage pieces which gives them thier primitive appearence.
Each piece is unique and one-of-a-kind.

My work is in private collections throughout the United States and Europe.

Visit my website at, www. tcampbellart.com

Announcement
Last updated on Dec 8, 2015

I am a self-taught / outsider artist.
My work is in galleries throughout New England, Cape Cod, Atlanta,
San Fransisco and also in the American Folk Art Museum in New York City.


I reside in southwestern New Hampshire with my Jack Russell Terrier,
Otis Campbell, named after the character on the Andy Griffith Show.

My work is both thought provoking and humorous. It has taken Folk Art to a new level.
I was selected by "Early American Life" magazine as the 2010 Best & Listed in The Directory
of Traditional American Crafts.

My sculptural pieces are created entirely from recycled wood and metal.
My painted furniture uses vintage pieces which gives them thier primitive appearence.
Each piece is unique and one-of-a-kind.

My work is in private collections throughout the United States and Europe.

Visit my website at, www. tcampbellart.com

tim campbell

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Items

Edgar Allan Poe by Tim Campbell
US$65.00
Lobster Giclee Print by Tim Campbell
US$65.00
General Washington Portrait by Tim Campbell
US$65.00
Piping Plover Giclee Print by Tim Campbell
US$55.00
Turkey Giclee Print by Tim Campbell
US$65.00
Humpback Whale Giclee Print by Tim Campbell
US$65.00
Maple Sugaring. A Giclee Print by Tim Campbell
US$75.00
Rabbit Family by Tim Campbell
US$65.00
Common Loon Giclee Print by Tim Campbell
US$65.00
Tim Campbell's Loons Painting Giclee Print
US$65.00
Tim Campbell's Pile of Fish Giclee Print
US$65.00
Mr. & Mrs. Crow Giclee Prints by Tim Campbell
US$75.00
A Bird's Eye View of Yarmouth
US$65.00
A Bird's Eye View of Chatham
US$65.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(83)
maryluciasu

maryluciasu on Jun 7, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Just beautiful! Highly recommend this wonderful artist!

Joe Anello

Joe Anello on Apr 22, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Another amazing piece of art. Thank you Tim!

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About

Tim & Otis

June 2010— Timothy Campbell of Keene, NH won the highest award as a traditional artisan in this year’s Directory of Traditional American Crafts, and his work is showcased in the latest issue of Early American Life magazine. He ranks top in his field, according to a panel of national experts convened by the magazine. The experts—curators from such prestigious institutions as the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, George Washington’s Mount Vernon, Hancock Shaker Village, Kent State University, National Council on History Education, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Old Sturbridge Village, Southern Highland Craft Guild, Strawbery Banke Museum, and Winterthur as well as antiques dealers, independent scholars, and professional instructors—selected the top craftspeople working with traditional tools and techniques for the magazine’s 25th annual Directory of Traditional American Crafts. Timothy Campbell’s handcrafted paintings and sculptures showed mastery of the art form, heritage techniques, and workmanship, according to the judges.
The Directory of Traditional American Crafts is a special listing that appears in the August 2010 issue of Early American Life, a national magazine focusing on architecture, decorative arts, period style, and social history from colonial times through the mid-19th Century. The Directory has been used for the past two decades by curators at living history museums, owners of traditional homes, and motion picture producers for finding artisans to make period-appropriate furnishings and accessories for displays, collections, and use.
“The judges look for authentic design and workmanship, whether the piece is a faithful reproduction or the artisan’s interpretation of period style,” said Tess Rosch, publisher of Early American Life. “Scholarship, as well as use of period tools and techniques, is particularly valued in this competition.”
One goal of the Directory is to help preserve traditional handcrafts, part of our culture that is rapidly being lost in the digital age. Many of these skills were passed down from master to apprentice for hundreds of years, but now few new people choose to learn and master them. “If our traditional arts are lost, we have forgotten a part of who we are as Americans,” Rosch said.

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    I am a self-taught / outsider artist. My work is in galleries throughout New England, Cape Cod, Atlanta, San Fransisco and also in the American Folk Art Museum in New York City. I reside in southwestern New Hampshire with my Jack Russell Terrier,

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