Artist Profile: Cameron Booth

Cameron Booth dean of Minnesota painters, died on March 7, 1980. He had been involved in art in Minnesota for more than sixty years and is a multi-disciplinary artist known for his diverse body of work which encompasses a range of mediums, including painting, printmaking, and sculpture. He often explores themes of identity, memory, and the human experience, using a unique and expressive style that is heavily influenced by his background in illustration and graphic design. Booth has been recognized for his contributions to the art world, and his works have been displayed in galleries and exhibitions both nationally and internationally. He is known for his ability to seamlessly merge different styles and techniques, creating pieces that are both thought-provoking and visually striking. With a strong focus on storytelling and emotional resonance, Cameron Booth’s work is a powerful representation of the human experience.The piece below is featured in our February 15th Art & Design Sale. Follow the link below to view the listing and register to bid. Lot 31 – Cameron Booth “Autumn” Oil On Canvas | SebastianCharles Auctions – St. Paul, Minnesota