Josie Campbell Dellenbaugh was born in Albany NY, in 1948, the
daughter of a surgeon and a watercolor artist. In 1969 she
received a B.A. in Fine Arts with a Biology minor from Chatham
University, Pittsburgh PA. That same year she married Geoff
They moved to New Jersey in 1974, where they raised their 3
children. 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
attends several workshops at the Carving Studio and Sculpture
Center in W. Rutland VT every year.
She and her husband split time between their homes in
Glastonbury CT and Center Harbor NH.
Colorado marble workshop, 2008
CT Women Artists (CWA)
New England Sculpture Association (NESA)
Carving Studio and Sculpture Center (CSSC)
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)
The Salmagundi Club, NYC
Josie Campbell Dellenbaugh
about the artist
Monument for our Native Peoples, 7 x 2 '
on site installation, W Rutland VT, 2013
marble, found objects, iron
Sioux Falls SD SculptureWalk 2014,