Canadian-born Naomi Campbell studied at the CEGEP de Champlain, Lennoxville, et de Valleyfield, Quebec and University of Guelph, Ontario, before moving to New York in 1994. She studied painting, printmaking and drawing at the Art Students' League of New York. Campbell's work explores the expressive nature of the materials valid to each piece. It has been included in many group exhibitions including the Japanese Contemporary Prints Invitational, Gallery of Graphic Arts, NYC, PaineWebber UBS Art Gallery, NYC, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY, The Gallery on Lafayette, Trenton, NJ, and Heidi Cho Gallery, NY. Her work is in public collections including Animal Tracks, Arts for Transit, Division of the MTA of New York; American University Public Gallery, Washington, DC, the 2000 Cow Parade of New York at 1251 Avenue of the Americas, NYC; and most recently at the #2 line East Tremont / Bronx Zoo train station commissioned by the MTA Arts for Transit program.

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