Like Craig Campbell's "Dragon Cowgirl" may you ride into this year with adventurous confidence and courage and an abundance of smiles and laughter.
While it is the Year of the Wood Dragon - we feel it's ok to celebrate with some bronze, make this incredible sculpture part of your collection and take advantage of the introductory price in place...
The Wood Dragon year comes once every 60 years. The dragon is associated with incredible strength, positive transformation, and challenges. And, the element wood, symbolizes creativity and adaptability. What a wonderful year we have ahead!
The National Sculptors' Guild wishes you safety, good spirit and peace wherever you go. Happy New Year!
The National Sculptors' Guild Fellows have voted to promote Craig Campbell as a Fellow Member. He has been an Associate Member for the past few years and we have seen great success with Craig's work and love collaborating with him. We are finding ourselves finalists with him in another major project currently, so the projection is in the up and up - matching this artist's enthusiasm for life and art.
His artwork is creative, fun, thoughtful, and captivating; his skills make his approach very versatile. Always positive, Craig has been a great advocate of NSG’s members and efforts wherever he goes. If you have one of the new Maya Angelou quarters (among others)– you’re walking around with Craig’s sculpture in your pocket. Look for the CAC on coins... that’s him!
Check out his portfolio and add him to your collection: click here
These furry friends are eager to see one of their favorite people, the veterinarian! Yes, it can mean a few pokes and prods, but a visit to the clinic brings a lot of treats and ear rubs too. An introductory offer is now available for Craig Campbell's "Vet Visit" in two sizes, 9" or 26" high.
Pictured here in clay, the cat and dog pair will be cast in limited edition museum-quality bronze.
Know a vet that could use this piece?? customize the label on the cushion in gratitude for a favorite animal care-giver or clinic.
Please stop by to see the National Sculptors’ Guild members who are exhibiting in the 39th Annual Sculpture in the Park at Benson Park this Saturday and Sunday.
If you love sculpture, you’ll want to be in Loveland this weekend. This is one of the largest outdoor fine art sculpture shows in the nation. Check their website for details and get tickets to the Friday night Patron Party www.sculptureinthepark.org/show-information
You’ll also see many other NSG member’s sculptures in the permanent collection at the Benson Sculpture Garden. We love Loveland’s art appreciation!
Congratulations to NSG member Craig Campbell whose American Liberty Gold coin that he sculpted for the US Mint won an international award: "Gold Coin of the Year"!!! We love seeing Craig's work (big and small) getting recognition.
Craig Campbell sculpted the Obverse (pictured here), designed by Beth Zaiken, and the Reverse was designed by Richard Masters, sculpted by Phebe Hemphill.
Read about the Coin of the Year awards here
Order one from the US Mint here
"The 2021 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin is the fifth coin in the American Liberty series. The obverse (heads) features Liberty as a wild American Mustang horse, bucking off a western style saddle. It evokes the throwing off of the yoke of British rule during the American Revolution. The horse is centered on a rising sun. The reverse (tails) depicts a close-up view of an eagle with an open beak."
The National Sculptors' Guild Fellows have elected Craig Campbell as an Associate Member, So we have new art to show and sell! His work is expressive and covers the gamut of subjects from strong and serious, to playful and imaginative; figurative or wildlife. We can't wait to see what new creations come from his studio. Shop his artwork online
Craig Campbell began sculpting more than 25 years ago and received his BFA in sculpture from Wichita State University. To further his goal to create figurative and representational work, he began a rigorous program of self-study in the areas of human and animal anatomy, movement, character, and proportion. He has created work for both commercial clients and fine art galleries, and his work has been commissioned by zoos and theme companies, toy companies, and the film industry, including work for The Hobbit, Elysium and Mad Max. He was a featured artist in the HISTORY channel’s “Monument Guys” TV series. learn more about Craig
JK Designs, Inc.
JK Designs, Inc. serves as the design team for the National Sculptors' Guild. Owned and operated by the father-daughter team of John & Alyson Kinkade, we have placed over 550 significant public art statements since 1992. Shop securely online or contact us to commission something unique.