Peter A.Campbell is a graduate of Vesper George School of Art, Boston, Massachusetts. His paintings have been exhibited in galleries throughout the East Coast and his work is represented in many private collections. He has won over twenty painting awards and honor. He is a former and distinguished member of the Board of Directors of the Attleboro Arts Museum in Attleboro, Massachusetts. In 1989, Peter was selected by NASA to become a member of its nationally recognized Space Art Program. This program documents major aerospace activities by recording them in artwork. He spent a week touring, sketching, and photographing the activities at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in 1989. He also witnessed the exciting launch of the space shuttle Atlantis that carried the Venus probe Magellan. From the experience Peter created the painting “Voyage to Venus” that now hangs in NASA’s permanent art collection. Peter has designer, written, and illustrated three children’s books, the most recent title “Boston Pilgrims Vs the Pittsburgh Pirates, the First Modern World Series”. This book has been selected as an addition to the Baseball Hall of Fame library in Cooperstown. As a devoted and passionate baseball fan Peter has spent the last five years painting its players and colorful history. He is represented by the Donovan Gallery in Tiverton, Rhode Island and the Rowbottom Fine Art Gallery in Cumberland, RI. Peter has worked as a Senior Senior Graphic Designer for several Rhode Island advertising agencies. He has three sons and lives in Lincoln, Rhode Island with his wife Karen.
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