Alan Campbell

  • 23 Emperors, Oil (24" x 48")

    23 Emperors, Oil (24” x 48”)
  • Emperors on Ice, Watercolor (14" x 22")

    Emperors on Ice, Watercolor (14
  • Glaciers - Anvers Island, Oil (24" x 40")

    Glaciers - Anvers Island, Oil (24
  • Icebergs - Cape Hallett, Oil (20" x 40")

    Icebergs - Cape Hallett, Oil (20
  • Lone Iceberg, Oil (30" x 48")

    Lone Iceberg, Oil (30
  • Marguerite Bay - Sunrise, Watercolor (14" x 22")

    Marguerite Bay - Sunrise, Watercolor (14
  • Shackleton, Watercolor (14" x 22")

    Shackleton, Watercolor (14
  • Shackleton’s Hut - The Nimrod Expedition, Watercolor (22" x 28")

    Shackleton’s Hut - The Nimrod Expedition, Watercolor (22
  • 23 Emperors, Oil (24” x 48”)
  • Emperors on Ice, Watercolor (14
  • Glaciers - Anvers Island, Oil (24
  • Icebergs - Cape Hallett, Oil (20
  • Lone Iceberg, Oil (30
  • Marguerite Bay - Sunrise, Watercolor (14
  • Shackleton, Watercolor (14
  • Shackleton’s Hut - The Nimrod Expedition, Watercolor (22

Alan Campbell is an expedition artist from Athens, Georgia, USA who has built a career working with scientific research programmes in some of the remotest locations on the planet. On a quest to capture a sense of remoteness and to elevate public awareness of important environmental concerns, he has journeyed to Kenya, the Galápagos Islands, Montana, Alaska, Italy and the barrier islands of coastal Georgia. Through the National Science Foundation, he has travelled four times to Antarctica as a visiting artist with the United States Antarctic Program, most recently in 2005. He has also made a series of trips to Costa Rica and Peru as a visiting artist with the Organization for Tropical Studies, a research consortium whose members include some 55 US universities, the Smithsonian Institution and their Costa Rican counterparts.

Campbell has had more than fifty solo exhibitions in museums and galleries in the United States, Italy, Chile and New Zealand, with important sponsorships from organisations including the United States Information Service/US Embassy (New Zealand and Chile), the Cecil B. Day Foundation, AT&T Chile and BellSouth. He has received additional support from Patagonia, R.E.M. and the Turner Foundation, and a grant from the Georgia Council for the Arts. He has partnered for various projects with a large number of non-profit organisations, including Earthwatch, The Nature Conservancy, Ossabaw Island Foundation, African Wildlife Foundation, Ogeechee Canoochee Riverkeeper, Altamaha Riverkeeper, The Explorers Club and EarthShare of Georgia.

Campbell's work has graced such magazine covers as Reader's Digest, The Sciences (New York Academy of Sciences), and The Scientist. In addition, articles about his work have appeared in The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, The New Zealand Herald, El Mercurio, The Explorers Journal and numerous other publications in the United States, New Zealand and Europe.

Campbell's painting 'Lone Iceberg - Cape Hallett' features in Adrian Cooper's article The Region of Ice and Snow in the arts pages of Issue 312 of Resurgence & Ecologist (January/February 2019).

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