Josie Campbell Dellenbaugh was born in Albany NY in 1948.  In 1969
she received a B.A. in Fine Arts from Chatham University, Pittsburgh
PA.  That same year she married Geoff Dellenbaugh.
In 1976 she began her studies of three dimensional art at the Johnson
Atelier in Princeton NJ.  In 1977 she took a course in the process of
bronze foundry at Rutgers College, Camden NJ.  She concurrently
studied the technique of stone carving with hand tools at the
Princeton Art Association.  In 2008 she attended a carving symposium
in Marble CO,  where she learned  the technique of carving with power
tools. She currently maintains studios in Glastonbury CT and Center
Harbor NH.
In 2018 she was invited to be demonstrating artist in the studio of
Daniel Chester French at the National Trust property, "Chesterwood",
his summer home in Stockbridge MA.
In 2020 she sited a permanent installation "Seven Sisters", a standing
stone circle of 7 8 foot slabs of black marble engraved with symbols
of womens' lives at the Carving Studio/Sculpture Center in West
Rutland VT.
Her work has been part of multiple exhibits over the past 45 years and
is in many private and public spaces ( see Exhibitions and
Current Affiliations:
Society of CT Sculptors (SCS)
CT Women Artists (CWA)
New England Sculpture Association (NESA)
Carving Studio/Sculpture Center (CSSC)
Prior Affiliations:
The Salmagundi Club, NYC
Princeton Art Association (PAA), NJ
Trenton Artist Workshop Association (TAWA) NJ
NJ Center for the Visual Arts, Summit, NJ
Drew Art Association (DAA) Chatham, NJ
Hudson Valley Art Association, NY
National Sculpture Society (NSS)
Josie Campbell Dellenbaugh
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