About the Artist

I’ve been a wildlife and landscape artist for 40+ years, and an art teacher, comic strip artist, magazine illustrator, and photographer for less. I created this website in 2011 to showcase my favorite work and to talk about art.

Thank you for visiting.

Feel free to browse my writing sections too.

11 thoughts on “About the Artist

    1. Steve Campbell

      Thank you and ditto on your blog. I just returned from it and loved the art and science. Good luck on the publication of your book. I like the covers your friend did, very impressive, and I’m looking forward to reading it.

  1. Just happened to run into your blog. You have got a beautiful space running here. Loved some of your write-ups. Its very subtle. I guess I will be hanging around here a lot. 🙂 Great work

    1. Steve Campbell

      I’m glad you found my blog and enjoyed your visit, Prasad. In fact, I’m always excited to know that someone wants to stick around and see and read more of what I post. A friend calls it, “The warm fuzzy feeling of knowing that someone appreciates what we do.” Or, as you rightly call it at your blog: the footprints we leave behind. 🙂

  2. Lola

    I love your art. Solid work. I have all your books on my tablet now. Even though your Vree Erikson stories are YA 13+, I find them perfect for those of us at a higher age level. Keep up the great work!

    1. Steve Campbell

      Thanks for those kind words. I hope others are getting as much enjoyment out of my books as you are.

    1. Steve Campbell

      Thanks for bringing the problem to my attention, Harry. I had problems visiting WordPress pages when I had Adblock Plus enabled in my browser. Once I turned it off for WordPress, I had no more problems. If you have Adblock enabled, you may want to turn it off when visiting WordPress.

      If you continue to have problems visiting my blog, Harry, please let WordPress know. https://en.support.wordpress.com/ .

    1. Steve Campbell

      I have a similar situation. My brother died a few years ago. He was my best friend. I used to paint wildlife pictures for him; he was an avid hunter and loved the outdoors. I was too. God spoke loudest there. Being close to nature and making art has always been therapeutic.
      Thank you for liking my blog.

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