Claire Campbell Park



Two Continents: One Pacific
Handwoven linen

Statement: The intent of my work is to make visible a distilled, intensified sense of the sacred—of reverence, dignity, gratitude, hope and faith—in a world where these are easily lost. It is my prayer, that thread by thread, I will share my love of God in a way that is accessible, without boundaries—for me, this is the beauty of total abstraction.


Two Continents: One Pacific —looking across the Pacific from our separate shores, we see our immutable unity—many prayers, one Peace.


Bio: Claire Campbell Park is an artist, lecturer, educator, author, and woman of faith. Exhibitions include: Made in California 1900-2000: Art, Image and Identity, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the International Textile Competition, Kyoto; and the Twelfth International Biennial of Miniature Textiles, Szombathely, Hungary. Lecture venues include the Louvre, Paris; Seian College of Art, Kyoto; Apeejay College of Fine Arts, India; the Center for Middle East Studies,Tucson; the East/West Center, Hawaii; the University of South Australia. MFA UCLA 1978. Claire has developed her creative philosophy through research and teaching extremely diverse audiences, on five continents and is the author of Creating with Reverence; Art, Diversity, Culture and Soul. Further information:



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