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It is with great pleasure that we offer William Tolliver discounts of up to 30% for a limited time only in recognition of our initial launch phase. The great majority of this limited availability offering is for original works (one of a kind) as well as a few multiple limited edition works.

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Danny Campbell - Biography
Danny B. Campbell was born in Dumas, Arkansas and grew up in the northern region of the Mississippi delta.  He took art classes at a young age and throughout High School.  He gained an art scholarship to attend the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff to major in Art. While at the University, he was recruited by the United States Army ROTC program and gained a commission in the Army Reserves as a Transportation Officer.  As a student at the university he gained an acclaim with his art with the university staff and faculty members.  After graduating with academic honors, he attended Howard University on a full fellowship and grant.  While a student at Howard University he began to pay close attention to his environment and his art began to explore the ramifications of environmental surfaces.  During his study at Howard he traveled to New York to present his art research in a workshop for the College Art Association (CAA).  He was accompanied by the late Dr. Jeff Donaldson, Dean of the School of Fine Arts and AFRICOBRA founder and member.   During his thesis exhibition show, he is noted as the only student in the history of the university to sell all of his art work during the opening night.  In the spring of 1994 he was recruited by Dr. Herschel Robinson to come to Atlanta and teach at the Visual Arts Magnet Program at Tri-Cities High School.

Danny has been at Tri-Cities for the past thirteen years and has served as Department Chair for the past seven years.  He served on active duty for one year in the Middle East after 9-11.  He has won numerous grants, awards and honors in art.  He was selected to receive the Atlanta Braves Outstanding Teacher Award his first year at Tri-Cities.  He served on the Fulton County Curriculum Development Team for implementing Computer Arts in the Classroom.  He has worked over the years to establish a family relationship with businesses, civic groups and organizations in the local Atlanta community.  His students have won numerous art awards and gained high recognition over the years through exhibiting their works of art at the South West Art Center, College Park City Hall, Hapeville Art Gallery, East Point City Hall, Boys and Girls of Atlanta, City Hall Gallery East, NAACP Act-So, Fulton County Services Building Gallery, Fulton County Superintendent’s Gallery, Perimeter College, Atlanta College of Art, East Point Library.  His students have gained full and partial scholarships to schools such as: Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta College of Art, Columbus School of Art and Design, Chicago Art Institute, NYU, FIT, University of Georgia, Parsons School of Art and Design, Georgia Tech, Cal Arts, Pratt Institute, Boston University and other schools in Georgia.

He is an artist, educator, mentor, entrepreneur and inventor.  He has exhibited locally and nationally. His art can be found in numerous businesses and collectors homes around the country.  He has a studio in Southwest Atlanta


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