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*1985

North America

Campbell

Jennifer R.A.

1401

Artist ID:

Selected Solo Exhibitions


Roman Holiday | Brentwood Arts Exchange, Brentwood, MD

Lotus Eaters | The Gallery at Penn College, Williamsport, PA

And So the Story Goes | Blank Space Gallery, New York, NY

Random Harvest | Sarah Doyle Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI

New Paintings | La Petite Mort Gallery, Ottawa, ON



Selected Group Exhibitions


Bodies, Bodies, Bodies | Pen + Brush Gallery, New York, NY

Street Stories | Brassworks Gallery, Portland, OR

Rising Voices: The Bennett Prize Finalists Show | Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI; Reading Public Museum, Reading, PA; Pittsburgh Cultural District, Pittsburgh, PA

Art She Says Launch | Space Gallery St Barth, New York, NY

National Contemporary Realism (Twice) | M.A. Doran Gallery, Tulsa, OK

Point and Counterpoint | Trustman Gallery, Simmons College, Boston, MA

Mix | 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia

25th Annual Art Exhibition | Downlands College, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Something Sexy | Patrick John Mills Contemporary Fine Art, Ottawa

Summer | One Way Gallery, Narragansett, RI

Emerging Artists (Twice) | Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York, NY; Limner Gallery, Hudson, NY

The Kingston Prize for Canadian Portraiture Finalist Show | Various locations across Canada (Kingston, ON; Toronto, ON; Wolfville, NS; Calgary, AB; Gananoque, ON)

Fresh Juice | La Petite Mort Gallery, Ottawa, ON

Brief Biography | Jennifer R. A. Campbell


Jennifer R. A. Campbell is a Canadian artist based in Chicago. She studied sociology, art history and studio art. Her work has been exhibited in various group and solo shows across the United States and internationally.

An avid consumer of visual culture, her influences are wide-ranging and draw from sources as diverse as Northern Renaissance art, comics, contemporary advertisement and film. Continuing a dialogue with painting’s long history, she borrows and transforms older themes and techniques while remaining rooted firmly in the present.


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Brief Biography | Jennifer R. A. Campbell


Jennifer R. A. Campbell is a Canadian artist based in Chicago. She studied sociology, art history and studio art. Her work has been exhibited in various group and solo shows across the United States and internationally.

An avid consumer of visual culture, her influences are wide-ranging and draw from sources as diverse as Northern Renaissance art, comics, contemporary advertisement and film. Continuing a dialogue with painting’s long history, she borrows and transforms older themes and techniques while remaining rooted firmly in the present.


Instagram

Website

Women in Art

Et in Arcadia Ego

1915

Art ID

2024

|

165 x 195 cm

Oil on canvas

30000

$

Jennifer R.A.

Campbell

Women in Art

Venus and Mars

1916

Art ID

2023

|

165 x 195 cm

Oil on canvas

30000

$

Jennifer R.A.

Campbell

Women in Art

The Hunt

1917

Art ID

2024

|

200 x 150 cm triptych

Oil on canvas

30000

$

Jennifer R.A.

Campbell

Women in Art

Tyche

1918

Art ID

2020

|

155 x 125 cm diptych

Oil on canvas

18000

$

Jennifer R.A.

Campbell

Women in Art

Candy Puzzlebox

1919

Art ID

2017

|

35 x 35 cm

Oil on panel

1400

$

Jennifer R.A.

Campbell

Women in Art

O'Bleary's, 8:20pm

1920

Art ID

2019

|

125 x 150 cm

Oil on canvas

18000

$

Jennifer R.A.

Campbell

Women in Art

Red Light Blueviolet

1921

Art ID

2017

|

50 x 75 cm

Oil on canvas

4000

$

Jennifer R.A.

Campbell

Women in Art

Silverdust Meltdown

1922

Art ID

2017

|

40 cm round

Oil on canvas

1450

$

Jennifer R.A.

Campbell

Women in Art

Tricky Tony Reverie

1923

Art ID

2018

|

30 x 30 cm

Oil on panel

1350

$

Jennifer R.A.

Campbell

Women in Art

189 Lakehurst Dr

1924

Art ID

2023

|

125 x 150 cm

Oil on canvas

18000

$

Jennifer R.A.

Campbell

Further Works of This Artist

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Artist Statement


I am fascinated by storytelling. Humans have created a complex set of symbols and signs, which fill every aspect of our lives with meaning. We tell ourselves and others stories every day in order to create and manage this meaning, and to interpret the world and our place in it. Human interaction is mediated by the use of symbolic language, to tell stories we must assign meaning to symbols and we must constantly interpret them. In painting, these signs and symbols are uncertain. Without text to stabilize how images are to be interpreted, the meaning is indeterminate and fluid, the image is subject to multiple interpretations. Storytelling is essential to the human experience. In my work, I am interested in the process of storytelling and how this transmission of meaning works.

Selected Solo Exhibitions


Roman Holiday | Brentwood Arts Exchange, Brentwood, MD

Lotus Eaters | The Gallery at Penn College, Williamsport, PA

And So the Story Goes | Blank Space Gallery, New York, NY

Random Harvest | Sarah Doyle Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI

New Paintings | La Petite Mort Gallery, Ottawa, ON



Selected Group Exhibitions


Bodies, Bodies, Bodies | Pen + Brush Gallery, New York, NY

Street Stories | Brassworks Gallery, Portland, OR

Rising Voices: The Bennett Prize Finalists Show | Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI; Reading Public Museum, Reading, PA; Pittsburgh Cultural District, Pittsburgh, PA

Art She Says Launch | Space Gallery St Barth, New York, NY

National Contemporary Realism (Twice) | M.A. Doran Gallery, Tulsa, OK

Point and Counterpoint | Trustman Gallery, Simmons College, Boston, MA

Mix | 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia

25th Annual Art Exhibition | Downlands College, Toowoomba, QLD, Australia

Something Sexy | Patrick John Mills Contemporary Fine Art, Ottawa

Summer | One Way Gallery, Narragansett, RI

Emerging Artists (Twice) | Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York, NY; Limner Gallery, Hudson, NY

The Kingston Prize for Canadian Portraiture Finalist Show | Various locations across Canada (Kingston, ON; Toronto, ON; Wolfville, NS; Calgary, AB; Gananoque, ON)

Fresh Juice | La Petite Mort Gallery, Ottawa, ON

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