The most enjoyable moments are spent quietly working on a project that began as a seed in my imagination, brought into being with my materials, my hands and my enthusiasm.
Marilyn Campbell is a self-taught turner from Kincardine, Ontario. Her unusual approach to problem solving led to much experimentation with epoxy resin as a second medium to wood. Over the past 25 years she has developed simple techniques for using resin as both a decorative and a structural element to create a unique look. Her work has garnered many awards and has often been cited for its originality. Marilyn has demonstrated and taught her methods throughout Canada, the U.S., Australia, France and England. She has participated in many juried shows and international exhibitions and has been featured in several books and magazines. Her work is included in private, public and museum collections throughout North America and abroad.
Waves of Grain, June 22 – 25, 2017. AAW International Symposium, Kansas City, MO