Collection: Alan Campbell

Alan Campbell is an environmental / expedition artist from Athens, Georgia who has created a most unusual career working with large scientific research programs in some of the most remote locations on the planet. Following in the tradition of the great exploring expeditions of the past, Campbell has journeyed four times to Antarctica as a visiting artist with the U. S. Antarctic Program under a grant from the National Science Foundation, most recently in 2005, for a total of nearly a full year on "the ice". In this same merger of art and science Campbell has journeyed numerous sites in Costa Rica and Peru as a visiting artist with the Organization for Tropical Studies, where he created paintings for a series of exhibitions depicting the rich biodiversity of the tropical rainforest. 

Alan Campbell's work has graced the covers of Reader's Digest, Athens Magazine, and The Sciences (New York Academy of Science), Boletin Antartico Chileno, Georgia Alumni Magazine, The Scientist And Southern Distinctions. In addition to these magazines, articles about his work have appeared in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, Atlanta Journal -Constitution, New Zealand Herald, El Mercurio (Chile), Airone (Italy), Washington Post, Charleston Courier, The Explorers Club Journal and numerous other publications in the United States, New Zealand and Europe.  Alan Campbell's paintings are found in many of the finer corporate and private collections of Georgia and the southeast, and in selected collections throughout the U.S and abroad.