Julie Campagna lives in Toronto and has been a sculptor since graduating from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 1991.
Along with her study of the human condition and her dedication to realizing her ideas in three-dimensions, the personal connection between artist and viewer has always been an integral part of Campagna’s life’s work.
In 2001 she converted a second story apartment into a studio gallery and opened her door to the public. Campagna Bronze studio gallery offers a unique window into the sculpting process as well as the opportunity to take private workshops and learn the technique of wax modelling.
Campagna’s sculptures are in private and public collections worldwide and her work can be viewed at www.campagnabronze.com
“My quest for clarity in this tangled existence is why my ideas take form. I persist in creating sculpture with the intention to provoke and through the process find a kind of liberation for and from myself.”