Philip Campbell

Philip Campbell




Indiana State Museum – Collecting Indiana  February 5 – July 17

Power Plant Grant – Big Car/ Andy Warhol Foundation



City Gallery – Indianapolis, IN – Comfort solo exhibit – May 7 – 31

Public Art For Communities Grant

Minnetrista Museum – Muncie, IN – WE2 installation August 2021 – August 2022

Oakland University Art Gallery – Rochchester, Michigan – September 10 – November 21



Indiana State Museum – WE installation  February 2020 – August 2021

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About My Work:

Philip Campbell is a creative problem solver who works from his studio in the Historic Stutz Factory in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over his career Campbell’s work has evolved  from narrative paintings to interactive installations that use traditional folk craft to create contemporary, socially conscious, works of comfort. Campbell uses large scale bas-relief carvings and handmade quilts to create environments that recall our fondest memories.


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BFA Herron School of Art


DeHaan Artist of Distinction Award

Alpha Omega Artist of the Year Award

Nuvo Cultural Leadership Award

Creative Renewal Fellowship

Power Plant Grant

Public Art For Communities Grant


  • "King Baby" 20in x 16in x3in


  • The making of "The Dubious Luxury of Ordinary Men"


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  1. I’ve have known * Art Daddy* Phil Campbell for 30 years or so. I’ve worked with him on art projects at events companies, hired him to do work for me on a film project, lve been a judge for him on one of his Master Piece in a Day events and l can tell you that Phil is one of the most gifted and we’ll rounded artists lve met. He is constantly evolving and growing as an artist the great thing about

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