Paul Campbell lives in Edwards, Mississippi. He is a painter and photographer whose works offer social commentary on the human condition and spirit. He taught in the Jackson Public School District for many years. He was an artist-in-residence at Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center since 1992 (the year he retired from Jackson Public Schools). His work was exhibited throughout Mississippi, in New Orleans, Louisiana; and in Atlanta, Georgia. Titles of some works: Homage to Unknown Resting Places, Party Girls, Highly at Risk No. 2, False Security, Highway 61. He was the first African-American commissioned to paint a portrait of a President at Jackson State University.
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