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Shawn Camp: Alight in the Darkness
Shawn Camp's new show at Northern-Southern breathes in the Aphotic Zone
Arts Story  August 6, 2015, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Regardless: You put any pair of eyes in an airplane and have those eyes look out the window and down at the ground from which they mechanically flew, those eyes are going to get a different perspective on things. And if they're the eyes of Shawn Camp, and thus part of that man's whole sensorium and the bright consciousness that works in concert with it, they're going to get some ideas...."

Artist Shawn Camp Offers a Hint of Light in the Darkness
New exhibition at Northern-Southern breathes in the Aphotic Zone
DAILY Arts  July 29, 2015, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Regardless: You put any pair of eyes in an airplane and have those eyes look out the window and down at the ground from which they mechanically flew, those eyes are going to get a different perspective on things. And if they're the eyes of Shawn Camp, and thus part of that man's whole sensorium and the bright consciousness that works in concert with it, they're going to get some ideas...."

"Shawn Camp: Equivocation" at Northern-Southern
In this three-part installation, the artist plays with light to creates work that is atmospheric and at times beautifully comtemplative
Arts Review  October 4, 2018, by Melany Jean
"...Picture the inside of a large white cube, traversed by an equatorial crack. This is the first room of Shawn Camp's solo show "Equivocation" at Northern-Southern Gallery..."

Inside the Texans' Training Camp
DAILY Sports  August 14, 2007, by Timothy Braun
"...“That is your job! If you don’t know your job, you do your family an injustice!” – Jethro Franklin, Houston Texans defensive line coach. Young dragonflies darting in and out of the cool summer grass is the first thing you see when crossing the racetrack that surrounds the practice field at the Methodist Training Facility, home of the Houston Texan 2007 training camp. After a last minute implosion (how could they let that happen, snatching defeat from the jaws of victory?) to the Chicago Bears in Houston’s first preseason action, I visited camp to get an up-close and personal view of the Lone Star State’s answer to the likes of the New York Mets and Los Angeles Clippers, to see how far these Texans have come in the second year of rebuild from an inauspicious founding. This is what I saw...."

Terrain: New Paintings by Shawn Camp
Artist Shawn Camp's latest works are topographical and aerial in theme, emphasizing swirls of grasslands and rivulets, clouds and stars
Arts Review  March 10, 2006, by Benné Rockett
"...Terrain: New Paintings by Shawn R. Camp..."

Shawn Camp: The Sum of All Parts
The artist's impasto paintings transport one beyond the terrestrial
Arts Review  October 21, 2011, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...'Shawn Camp: The Sum of All Parts'Gallery Shoal Creek, 2905 San Gabriel #101, 454-6671 Through Nov. 5..."

Wayne Alan Brenner’s Top 10 Arts-Related Things I Enjoyed in 2018
Representational and digital art, plus theatre rooted in history proved especially mind-blowing this year
Arts Story  December 27, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...6) "SHAWN CAMP: MY HEAVEN AND HELL ARE THE SAME" (Gallery Shoal Creek) Tell you what: You send the artist Shawn Camp out to the wilds of Stöðvarfjörður, Iceland, for a residency, he's gonna come back to bless this city (and Gallery Shoal Creek) with a superlative suite of microthin layerings like mica schist possessed by God's own abstract cartographer...."

Top 10 Arts-Related Program Activities of 2015
The most memorable art of 2015 carved strange and brilliant new spaces out of familiar ones
Arts Story  December 31, 2015, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...1) Shawn Camp's "Aphotic Zone" (Northern-Southern)..."

'Post Linear'
The paintings of Beili Liu, Shawn Camp, and Sandra Pratt might be what cartographers dream
Arts Review  December 7, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Shawn Camp's oils on canvas are works we've enthused about the relatives of in previous issues. Whether working with a single piece large enough to fill a room's wall or rendering a series of segments that could be obscured, one on one, by a dinner plate, the artist is (our history of image-immersion insists) taking geographic cartography based on aerial photography and making it his painterly own..."

The look and sense of the raw materials creates compelling harmony here
Arts Review  November 26, 2010, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...collective of Steve Dubov, Heather Tolleson, and Shawn Camp, and the pieces on display are perfectly complementary. Of course, such complementing alone isn't sufficient to recommend a show; after all, one could have a shitty show, where pieces of, say, dog shit complement pieces of cat shit, and so on, which would be anathema to all but the few coprophiles lurking among us..."

Leon and Stella Alesi: Love Conjures All
Leon and Stella Alesi provide ocular proof of a life in the arts
Arts Story  October 27, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...I mean, I was showing at Wally Workman, and that was great. But there were things that came up that were difficult, like, oh, Shawn Camp wants me to be in his show; is that a conflict of interest? And a gallery takes 50 percent, so ....."

The Boys of Summer, Cowboys That Is
DAILY Sports  June 21, 2007, by Timothy Braun
"...Isn’t summer grand? Fireworks, barbecue, flyin’ kites at Zilker Park. And training camp..."

Five Recommended Arts Events in Austin This Weekend
Benthos, People’s Gallery, porn, dance, and homely weirdness
DAILY Arts  February 22, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...And maybe that’s why you want to attend the opening soirée – this Friday night from 6-9pm – that reveals 2018’s array of more than 100 creations from Austin artists. (We’d probably mention that Shawn Camp’s Remnants of the New Axial Age is part of the collection, but we already talk too much about that man’s brilliance, don’t we?)..."

Austin Art Boards 2016: We Have a Winner! In Fact, We Have 10 of Them!
Reagan Outdoor Advertising renews its artful billboard gift to the ATX
DAILY Arts  November 22, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...And, because Bill Reagan – the man who runs that outdoor advertising biz and whose company underwrites the cost of the endeavor – because he affirms that “We’re honored to decorate the skyline with the inspired work of local artists,” everybody will see those things. Will see, specifically, billboards in various parts of Austin, boldly displaying the work of Aaron Muguerza, Emma Hadzi Antich, Eya Floyd, Joseph Santandrea, Kelsey Baker, Lawrence Jolly, Luther “LUZUMAKI” Montrose, Rachel Wolfson Smith, Richard Casteel, and – we’re especially glad to note – Shawn Camp...."

Gallery Shoal Creek
Longtime local gallery leaves West Campus for new digs in Flatbed World Headquarters
Arts Story  March 22, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...The address may change, but everything else about the gallery will remain the same: same name (despite the distance from its namesake), same stable of notable artists (Kobayashi, Katie Maratta, René Alvarado, Shawn Camp, Jill Lear, Aleksander and Lyuba Titovets, et al.), and same owner, Judith Taylor, who's been steering the fortunes of Gallery Shoal Creek for 23 years now. She'll kick off this new era in her art space's long life with a showing of work by Jennifer Bell, Gregg Kreutz, and Tony Saladino that opens April 19...."

'The End'
'Cantanker' meets its end
Arts Story  December 14, 2012, by Caitlin Greenwood
"..."The End," opening Saturday, Dec. 15, will feature more than 20 artists, including Hollis Hammonds and Shawn Camp, as well as a contribution from Ink Tank Lab..."

Fear not, this artistic examination of what worries us will reward your attention.
Arts Review  September 4, 2009, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...If you were on your way up a gallows, for real, the stairs that led you to the hangman's noose might well look like those captured darkly in Stephanie Martz's Vertical Vertigo, a mixed-media-on-paper piece. We may all be on our way to the gallows, environmentally speaking, as water resources get so scarce that more of our planet resembles the fissured crusts of Earth depicted in Shawn Camp's Begrebet Angest, a large, horizontal trio of thickly textured paintings...."

Vin Gallery
With courage and grace, Vin Gallery has successfully made the transition from its burned home in the Guadalupe Arts Center to a space by Gallery Shoal Creek
Arts Review  February 25, 2005, by Jacqueline May
"...Shawn Camp's large untitled abstract painting features thick application of gray paint to form subtle geometric shapes, with a metallic undercoat visible at some junctures to provide additional interest. Sandra Fernández has some interesting small stitched three-dimensional collages using various materials..."

Life on Mars: A Tribute to David Bowie
Music Review  August 13, 2004, by Darcie Stevens
"...Then there's Carousel Lounge fixture Stella Boes, who sports fishnets, miniskirts, and bloomers better than any other 60-plus or younger dancer in the River City, and "Fame" gets her all riled up. After a spot-on version of "Let's Dance," TTGP give way to a mixture of Bright & Hollow Sky and Something Happened, with Shawn Camp joining Shawn Jones in a shaky "Ashes to Ashes." The low-key Eastside speakeasy slowly transforms itself into a British discotheque..."

Come What May
Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle duet
Music Story  June 9, 2016, by Jim Caligiuri
"..."The covers are fantasy camp," follows up Earle. "Two people the same age who grew up on the same records..."

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