Biography

Camille, originally from Windsor, Ontario, Canada now lives in Etobicoke (Toronto). She studied at McMaster University, the University of Western Ontario, London Teachers College and the Ontario College of Education. On graduation, an extensive teaching career spanned grades 5 to 13 – including adult education groups.
Camille enjoys working in watercolor, acrylics, collage, mixed media and print making. In the medium of porcelain/china she has earned the designation of Certified Master Artist and Master Teacher.

Education:

Camille is affiliated with and has served in leadership positions in several art associations. She is currently a member of: Colour & Form Society*, Central Ontario Art Association, Elora Centre for the Arts, Dunedin Fine Art Center, Neilson Park Creative Centre, Humber Valley Art Club and the Etobicoke Art Group.
In order to enhance her artistic talents, she continues to study with internationally recognized instructors in each medium. She travels extensively to both study in and conduct workshops.

Awards & Nominations:

As a participant in many juried, invitational group and solo shows internationally, she has won many awards - including several Best of Show. Her art techniques have been published in art magazines in Australia, Canada, England, Finland, Italy, Norway, Switzerland and the United States.
Camille has also had the honor of jurying art shows - and has exhibited, taught and demonstrated in Canada, Italy, Norway, Switzerland and the United States.

Awards

Ontario Ceramic Association - Best of Show, 1st and 2nd Place (1978-1988)
Royal Botanical Gardens Art Gallery Show - Best of Show (1997)
Humber Valley Art Club - Honorable Mention (2000)
Neilson Park Creative Center - Juror's Choice Award (2003)
Ontario Society of Artists - "The Water Project" (2003)
Central Ontario Art Association - Juror's Choice Award (2003)
Neilson Park Creative Center - Juror's Choice Award (2004)
Etobicoke Art Group - 3rd Place Award (2007)
Waterfront Trail Artists - Honorable Mention (2007)
NPCC 16th Annual Juried Exhibition "Impact" - Honorable Mention (2008)

Exhibitions

Montgomery's Inn Art Gallery, Toronto


Richview Public Library, Art Gallery, Etobicoke
Kortright Center - Artist in Residence, Vaughan, ON
Montage Gallery, Dunedin, FL
Etobicoke Board of Education, Toronto
Humber Valley Art Club, Toronto
Neilson Park Creative Center, Toronto
Dunedin Fine Art Center, Dunedin, Florida
Central Ontario Art Association
Color and Form Society, Toronto
Burlington Art Gallery, Burlington, ON
Homer-Watson Gallery, Kitchener, ON
Royal Botanical Gardens Art Gallery, Hamilton, ON
Halton Region Art Gallery, Georgetown, ON
Etobicoke Civic Center, Etobicoke, ON
The Assembly Hall Gallery, Toronto
Seaside Art Gallery, Nag's Head, NC
Women's College Hospital Gallery, Toronto
The Ontario Legislature, Toronto
Peel Region Art Gallery, Brampton, ON
White Gold Art Gallery, Ashville, NC

Study & Training

University of Western Ontario, London, ON
London Teachers College, London, ON
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
Ontario College of Education, Toronto, ON
Sumi-e painting studies - Japanese Canadian Cultural Center, Toronto
Neilson Park Creative Center, Toronto, ON
Humber Valley Art Club, Toronto
Dunedin Fine Art Center, Dunedin, Florida - Faculty member
Central Ontario Art Association
Color and Form Society, Toronto
Camille Muller Studio, instructor - art theory, watercolor, collage, acrylic and porcelain painting
Instructor - Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruise Lines
Travelling instructor, lecturer and demonstrator of painting on porcelain in Italy, Norway, Switzerland, USA and Canada

Publications

Australian Porcelain Artist
Australian Porcelain Decorator
Porselens Maling, Norway (Featured Artist)
Sarpsborg Arbeiderblad, Norway
The British Porcelain Artist, UK
Scandinavian Porcelain Magazine, Finland (Featured Artist)
Swiss Porcelain Artist (Featured Artist)

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