David Campbell Baldry

David Campbell Baldry, Getting nowhere, 2016

David Campbell Baldry, Getting nowhere, 2016

David has built a career in art education. He is currently Senior Lecturer and Head of Fine Art at University Campus Suffolk. Primarily a sculptor he makes work in a range of media including, drawing, print and photography. He has instigated and managed a number of major public art installations. He is currently researching Kurdish artists in Iraq who use art as a weapon against extremism for an exhibition in Spring 2017.

Education

1980 - HDFA Sculpture, Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London

1978 - BA (Hons) Fine Art, Sculpture, Brighton School of Art, Brighton

Selected Exhibitions

2016 - Landscape & Light, Letheringham Lodge, Suffolk

2016 – Four Who Draw, Centre for Graphic Art, Duhok, Iraq

2015 - Experimental Village, Lempa, Cyprus

2014 - Contemporary British Painting, Crypt Gallery, London (Curator)

2014 - East to East – from Aldeburgh Beach to Landguard Fort, UCS, Ipswich

2013 - SNIP.it, Venice Biennale, Venice

2013 - SNIP, Aldeburgh Festival, Snape

2013 - Aldeburgh Festival Exhibition, Strand Gallery, Aldeburgh 

2011 - New Work, The Laundrette, Saxmundham

2002 - Light & Space, Bridgewater Arts Centre, Bridgewater

1999 - Christmas Show, Red Dot Gallery, Ipswich

1996 - Vjugovey, Victory Park, Moscow, Russia

1995 - The Scarecrow, Christchurch Park, Ipswich

1995 - Icon and Effigy, “Forefront”, Ipswich

1983 - Two Person Show, Minories Gallery Colchester

1983 - Sculptors of Suffolk, Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich

1983 - Some Sculpture Now, Sallis Benney Gallery, Brighton

1982 - All that Glitters, Eton College, Eton

1981 - Sculpture in East Anglia, Robert Cross Gallery, Ipswich

1980 - New Contemporaries, ICA Gallery, London

1978 - New Contemporaries, ICA Gallery, London

Awards

1996 - Moscow World Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival – Prize for Innovation

1983 - Eastern Arts Association Award for Sculpture

1980 - New Contemporaries Prize for Sculpture

1978 - New Contemporaries Prize for Sculpture