Mendocino Eco Artists

Creatively Supporting the Environment


Mary-Ellen Campbell made the move to Caspar, California after a three-year grant as Visiting Artist and Artist-in-Residence at the Mendocino Art Center, from her native New York. She was a Full Professor of Art at New Jersey City University, NJ. for thirty-four years. She has taught Book Arts workshops across the US and abroad. Her education includes a BA in Art Education, St. John’s University,NY, an MA from Michigan State University, and an MFA from Pratt Institute, NY.

As a multidisciplinary artist who does graphics, painting, sculpture, printmaking, book arts, and mixed media work, she has had 16 national/international solo exhibitions and over 80 group and invitational shows. In 2004-05 she was awarded the Fulbright Scholar Grant to teach Book Arts and Design in Thailand. Her works are in many special collections across the country. Mary-Ellen won 12 residencies since 2007 in Finland, New Zealand, Australia, Turkey, Costa Rica, Colorado, North Carolina, California, and Minnesota creating more than 75 books and mixed media artworks.

visit Mary-Ellen Campbell’s website

Mary-Ellen Campbell: Flotsam and Jetsam
Flotsam and Jetsam

Mary-Ellen Campbell: Higoi and Lotus
Higoi and Lotus

Mary-Ellen Campbell: The Sentinal
The Sentinal

Mary-Ellen Campbell: Yosemite Dawning
Yosemite Dawning


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