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Pauline Campanelli’s bold and highly realistic oils are distinguished for their clarity and sense of design. An avid naturalist with a mueum containing thousands of specimens of shells, minerals, fossils, butterflies and bird nests, Campanelli paints the beloved objects she lives with and loves. Tireless in her effort to achieve new and dramatic combinations in still life, Campinelli bestows her subjects with character and simple beauty. Campanelli’s work conveys a sense of oneness of humanity and nature and chronicles the richness of her life.

In 1976, when Pauline and her husband, painter Dan Campanelli, bought an 18th Century Georgian house in the Delaware River Valley. Over the years, the Campanelli’s have become virtually self-sufficient. They have flower, herb and vegetable gardens, an orchard and vineyard. Campanelli also spins and dyes wool from her sheep, writes books on ancient religion and maintains a natural history museum. Pauline’s paintings have won over 75 awards and honors including several National Gold Medals, and have been featured in countless magazines and galleries.

A still life painter for over 40 years, Pauline was a graduate of the Ridgewood School of Art and also attended the Art Students League in New York City.

 
 
 
 
 
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