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Studio #310
10 Years in ASB

Days of May

Days of May

Days of May

Mediums: Printmaker, painter, sculptor and draftsman

James Cambronne holds a BA from Augustana University (SD) and an MFA from the Yale University School of Art. Jim has had solo exhibits at Icon Contemporary Art Gallery, Brunswick ME; Nielsen Gallery, Boston MA; Gallery Paule Anglim Gallery, San Francisco CA; Tibor De Nagy Gallery, New York NY; and Alexandre Gallery, New York, NY. He is currently represented by Alexandre Gallery, New York, NY. James has worked as an independent artist and a master printer in intaglio and lithography for the past forty years and an art instructor for the past thirty. He was Artist in Residence for the Siouxland Heritage Museums in Sioux Falls, SD from 1977 to 1983. Cambronne has taught full-time at Yale University School of Art, Maine College of Art, San Francisco Art Institute and Portland State University. Presently Jim is Professor of Fine Art 2D at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

James Cambronne is a printmaker, painter, sculptor and draftsman. He works in an investigative way exploring the synaptic interplay between conception and perception.

Currently, Jim is working on a project started in 1998 entitled the Days of May. This project is a single piece that consists of 31 paintings, a painting for each day. Each painting in the series is a polyphonic visual conversation employing geometric elements from multiple cultures, styles and time periods. One of the paintings is the basis for the 2015 installation “Where What Is?” exhibited at Proof Gallery, Boston MA




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