Cameron Schoepp's New Work


May 7 - July 10, 2004

Cameron Schoepp's work in the exhibit included plaster and wax sculptural pieces that "rely on a sense of materials, form and proportions to give shape to ideas that grow out of observations and experiences in and out of art."

“Physical space brings together the two separate elements of brimmed hats and body language. Both works begin with the body. Embedded in simple phrases and forms is a history of our understanding and relationship to the body.”

Cam Schoepp was born in Kirkwood, Missouri. He earned his BFA at the Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington in 1984. In 1985, he relocated to Texas and earned his MFA at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth in 1987. Upon his graduation, Cam began his teaching career, and currently he teaches sculpture at his alma mater, Texas Christian University. Throughout the 1980’s, Cam exhibited his work in numerous competitions and invitational exhibitions around the country. In 1985, he had his first exhibition in Texas, 2-D, 3-D, at the Art Corner Gallery in Fort Worth. In the late 1980’s, he continued to exhibit throughout Texas and the nation, and in 1992, Cam participated in the group exhibition Metal and Stone; Six Young Sculptors curated by James L. Fisher at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.