2020 - "Elected Sculptor Member"

Massive thanks to National Sculpture Society Fellows and to all who made this possible! I am exceedingly grateful for the honor of being the newest elected member of the National Sculpture Society.

Founded in 1893, the National Sculpture Society (NSS) was the first organization of professional sculptors formed in the United States. The purpose of the organization was to promote the welfare of American sculptors, although its founding members included several renowned architects. The founding members included such well known figures of the day as Daniel Chester French, Augustus St. Gaudens, Richard Morris Hunt, and Stanford White as well as sculptors less familiar today, such as Herbert Adams, Paul W. Bartlett, Karl Bitter, J. Massey Rhind, Attilio Piccirilli, and John Quincy Adams Ward—who served as the first president for the society.

NSS promotes the knowledge of excellence in sculpture inspired by the natural world. Its members create, interpret, exhibit, collect and support the evolving tradition in American sculpture.






2020 - The National Sculptors' Guild Fellows have elected Craig Campbell as an Associate Member, 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 and are eager to place some fantastic public art with Craig.


Over the Moon!

2020 - Our new sculpture "Over the Moon" is installed as part of the permanent collection at Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden, Little Rock AR 

-please see our Studio page for more photos.

Cat and Mouse

2020 - Our new sculpture "Cat and Mouse" is installed as part of a private collection in Wichita, KS

-Please see our Studio page for more photos.

Tuscan Sculpture Symposium 2018

In September of 2018, a group of 8 sculptors gathered together in the heart of Tuscany to sculpt together while experiencing the richness of Renaissance art and culture. Massive thanks to Lorri Acott, Adam Schultz, Philippe Faraut, Serena Bates, Judith Davis, Pati Stajcar, Chris Wilson, Craig Campbell, Herb and Jessica Saperstone, and our friends at La Meridiana for this amazing collaboration.  (check out the video link below).


Tootsie's is a new Dog Spa in Hot Springs, Arkansas.  We had the great pleasure of working with Jill and Kristie to install 10 new unique SCRiBBLeS murals inside and outside the building.  Come on by and check out Tootsie's!

(website link below)

Mud Haus

Mud Haus is a new Venue Showroom located in Wichita, KS. Exhibiting the wonderful works of:


2 dogs Concrete Designs


Craig Campbell


Ernest Vincent Wood III

Benson Sculpture Garden

2018 - Our new sculpture "Into the Wind" is installed as part of the permanent collection at Benson Sculpture Garden, Loveland Colorado. 

Bucknell Bison

It's with great honor that we announce the new Bucknell University Bison. This 8' bronze Bison is prominently installed on campus outside Kenneth Langone Athletics and Recreation Center.  (full article below)

Monument Guys

History and art come together at the Crucible Foundry in Norman, Okla. Started in 1999 by brothers Mark and Steve Palmerton, the Crucible's staff helps to bring history to life by creating bronze statues of figures from the past -- whether dead or alive, well-known or forgotten. Led by sculptor Craig Campbell, the team researches, sculpts and casts bronze statues of the historic figures.