Sean Campbell

As an artist I work with the elements of colour, texture, line and form. I sculpt, digitize, animate and play. Essentially I manipulate light and space, presenting work left open to interpretation and interaction. Inspired through years of travel and an empirical interest in anthropology, using the creative process inherent within art to navigate what I believe to be an increasingly complex world. I encourage you to spend time, to engage, to continue the journey I have begun with these few simple marks and manipulations.

Sean Campbell received an M.A. from the University of Ulster and trained in Visual Art in Ireland, Scotland, New Zealand and the United States.In 2011 Campbell won the Robinson McIlwaine Architects Original Vision Prize at the RUA 130th Annual Exhibition for Sentinel (Belfast, Lego) and the Sculpture in Context Award for Sentinel (Botanic) in 2007.

In 2010 Campbell was selected as finalist for the third time in the international art competition E-merge in Portland, Oregon, USA.

His work is held in private collections worldwide and public collections including National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks, Dublin, Office of Public Works, Ireland, Dublin Sheriff’s Office, Ireland, Shanghai Science Library, China, Gangtai Art Museum of Shanghai, China, Irish Embassy Beijing, China, Irish Consulate Shanghai, China and Northlands Creative Glass Permanent Collection, Scotland.Recent exhibitions include a solo exhibitions at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast, N.Ireland and Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin and selected exhibitions including Art Shanghai 2013 China New Glass Art, Shanghai Moller Villa, China, Art Shanghai 2012 China, New Living Art, Irish Museum of Contemporary Art, Dublin 2010 and RUA 130th Annual Exhibition at the Ulster Museum, Belfast, N.Ireland.

Major public artworks include “Between the known and the Unknown” N 15 By Pass, a Joint Public art Commission with Elizabeth Caffrey. “Arc” Integrated Public Art, Bayview Resource Centre, Bangor and “Passage of Time” Ballymena Museum and Civic Centre.

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