Bruce Campbell Adjunct Professor of Art

Professor Campbell teaches in the Sculpture Program. Click here to learn more!

Bruce Campbell, B.A.

Adjunct Professor of Art

Born in Nigeria, South Africa, Campbell earned a B.A. degree in Fine Arts at Taylor University. He currently resides in Indiana. He has exhibited his work in numerous solo and group shows including the Art Institute of Chicago; The American States Insurance Company, Indianapolis; Cheltenham Center for the Arts, Philadelphia; Byer Museum of the Arts, Evanston, Illinois; Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, Illinois; and maintained continuous showings in galleries nationwide. His work is in many corporate collections including McDonalds, Kraft Foods, Hollister Inc., NIPSCO, Drexell Burnham Lambert, Byer Museum of the Arts, Tyson Foods, Marsh Foods, and numerous private collections.

Works in the Collection of:
Taylor University, Upland, Indiana; Mack Sales, Durand, Michigan; Oldfield Foods Inc., Southfield, Michigan; Hollister Inc., Libertyville, Illinois; DuCanto & Schiller, Chicago, Illinois; McDonalds, Chicago, Illinois; J Walter Thompson, Detroit, Michigan; Drexel Burnham and Lambert, Chicago, Illinois; Byer Museum of the Arts, Evanston, Illinois; LaSalle Partners (Kraft & Brunswick), Chicago, Illinois; Standard Federal Savings Bank, Ft. Wayne, Indiana; NIPSCO Industries Inc., Merrillville, Indiana; Transco Energy, Huston, Texas; Larry Boeder Design, Chicago, Illinois; Mitchell International, Chicago, Illinois; Tyson Foods, Chicago, Illinois; Kraft Foods, Chicago, Illinois; Marsh Foods, Indianapolis, Indiana; Eli Lilly, Indianapolis, Indiana; Chiquita Banana, Chicago, Illinois; Herman Miller, Zeeland, Michigan; Brightsens Restaurant, New Orleans, Louisiana; Lynchcox, Gillman & Machan PSC, Louisville, Kentucky; Fenley Real Estate Group Louisville, Kentucky; SVS Stored Value Systems, Louisville 

Education
BA, Taylor University

Curriculum Vitae
Website


bruce.campbell@indwes.edu

Personal Work