Birth of a Phoenix

"Birth of a Pheonix" by Jason T. Campbell - acrylic painting on canvasThe Phoenix was of course in Greek Mythology and used by the Early Church for a symbol of new life and resurrection…. plus it’s the street my wife Jami lived on when I met her… and a really good band from France. 🙂

The main concept was that out of a dry desert can come life and hope.


Thank You

Thank you to all who bought paintings and/or came to my show. I was able to raise $120 for Courage Worldwide. Here is the message I received.

“THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. Every amount counts and we appreciate all you have done immensely. I am always so encouraged by the way people use their skills in this fight.


And of course you don’t need to buy a painting to donate you can donate here.

Gallery W Show May 12th-June 16th

I’ll be having a show at Gallery W in Sacramento, CA – May 12th-June 16th.

Opening Reception Sunday May 12th – 1pm-5pm
Regular Times: Sundays 11:30AM-1:30PM
Location: 9933 Business Park Dr. Sacramento, CA 95827 (Behind the church.)
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Never any pressure to buy anything but 50% of what I sell will go to Courage Worldwide who builds houses for sex trafficking victims.

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Love & Money

Love & Money - by Jason Campbell - acrylic painting on canvasThis was an idea that came to me when I was looking at coins. I am a little bit of a coin collector. I have coins from all over the world. And I started to think about all the times that “love” and “money” are used together. “Can’t Buy Me Love” is a song by Paul McCartney… “ For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil.” 1 Timothy 6:10… etc. In a way they are opposites but in another way money can obviously be used to show love in giving the those in need. Anyway, I look forward to hearing other people’s thoughts on it.

Fragments of My Former Self

Fragment of My Former Self by Jason Campbell - acrylic paint on canvasAnother surrealist painting. Using mostly complimentary colors orange and blue. I made it using a picture I took of Lake Tahoe and a mirror. The meaning I’ll leave up to you… I’m still thinking about it. It was an idea I had.

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