Michael Campbell

In a not-too-distant future, the surviving members took refuge inside the giant glass domes.
But inside these Eden-like bubbles, they soon discovered that this was far from any paradise.
Michael Campbell’s mixed media sculptures combine a vast array of materials
and found objects to form miniature worlds.  Ghost towns of the future,
broken Utopian civilizations, apocalyptic prophecies, folk magic, esoteric knowledge,
and architectural decay in miniature; these are scale models of a coming age.
Campbell’s work has been exhibited throughout parts of the United States including Brooklyn,
New York, and San Francisco, California.  International exhibitions include Paris, France,
Vancouver, B.C., Edinburgh, Scotland, and London, England.
In 2008 and again in 2010, Campbell took part in the Djerassi Artist Residency Program
in Woodside, California. Campbell received an MFA in Sculpture from the University
of Arizona in Tucson. He lives and works in San Francisco.  For more information or
inquires about artwork, please contact him through Awful Nice or  his website.