Naomi Andrée Campbell is an instructor of the Contemporary Body in Watercolor at The Art Students League of New York since 2007.
Much of her interdisciplinary practice emanated from the experimentation that started with this medium.
Campbell’s work has included in almost two hundred national and international exhibitions in museums and galleries. She has four Honorary Signature Memberships and has received four Gold Medals of Honor for her work in national juried exhibitions.
Watercolor Artist magazine highlights the artist on her recent paintings in their October 2017 issue, by writer John A. Parks.
Works below are from 2015-2019, watercolor, ink, work on paper
From current perceptions in biological motion in “The Salient Body” project and investigations from “Food Staples Engineers - The Research Project”. The last two from the earlier A.I. Construction series "Retinal Displacement" project - see Projects), watercolor, acrylic, work on paper, work on canvas, various dimensions from 12 by 24 inches to 4 by 6 feet.