Camille Wallwork was born an artist. She has drawn
since she could hold a pencil. Her talent has been recognized by teachers and professionals. At age six, her painting "The Sunflower", based off of story that was read to her Kindergarten class, was submitted to the Albuquerque Museum of Art in Albuquerque, New Mexico and was on display for one year. It was sold in a private sale for $400.
At age 11, her painting of Wisteria flowers was displayed in the Walter's Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland where she received an award of excellence.
In 7th Grade she won the recycling art sculpture contest and received a cash award of $250. That same year, she illustrated the cover of a sci-fi book that is now being sold on Amazon.
Camille loves to draw anything and everything. Since age 8, she has set her goal to attend the School of Visual Arts in New York City and/or work for Pixar Studios.
Now at age 15, she is working on keeping a 3.8-4.0 grade point average so that she can receive a scholarship to achieve her goals.
Camille is excited about sharing her passion for art with students who have the desire to learn. Therefore, it is her pleasure to offer art classes this summer and hopes she gets lots of interested students who are eager to learn.