Pam Campbell, ISA CAPP, Fine Art

Pam Campbell, ISA CAPP, Fine Art

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Pam Campbell
ISA member since Jan 01, 1994

(817) 737-9566 (Office)
(817) 233-0586 (Mobile)

4935 Byers Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76107 , United States map

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Pam Campbell holds advanced designations with both the International Society of Appraisers (CAPP) and the American Society of Appraisers (ASA).  Appraising fine art for more than 25 years, she has provided fine art appraisal services for private individuals, museums, universities, foundations, and attorneys for insurance, estate planning & settlement purposes, charitable contribution, potential sale or acquisition, and divorce.  Current with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisers Practice (USPAP).  Since 1974, Pam Campbell has co-owned with her husband, William Campbell Contemporary Art, Inc., a private gallery selling and consulting with private collectors, consultants, corporations and museums.

CURRICULUM VITAE PAM CAMPBELL; ISA-CAPP; ASA-ASA American Society of Appraisers; Accredited Senior Appraiser International Society of Appraisers; Certified Appraiser of Personal Property

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND: Texas Christian University B.A., 1967

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF APPRAISERS ACCREDITED SENIOR APPRAISER PP201 Introduction to Personal Property Valuation PP202 Personal Property Valuation: Methodology Research & Analysis PP203 Personal Property Valuation: Report Writing PP204 Personal Property Valuation: Appraisal Practice & Standards PP207 Personal Property Valuation: Appraising Fine & Decorative Arts ALL215 Appraisal Report Writing ALL300 Review Appraisal for the Practicing Appraiser Appraising Damage/Loss Claims

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF APPRAISERS CERTIFIED APPRAISER OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Advanced Report Writing Seminar Appraisal of Fine Art Specialty Course Expert Witness Specialty Course Requalification Course The ABCs of Asian Art: 19th & Early 20th Century Orientalia for the Generalist Appraiser The Pottery of Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo; Southwest Art & Cultural Identification of Southwest Jewelry Salvador Dali Print Seminar The Appraisal of Japanese Prints

USPAP - Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice Qualification valid through 4/1/2016

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND: More than twenty-five years experience in the appraisal of fine art and accredited with the designations of Accredited Senior Appraiser with the American Society of Appraisers since 1995 and Certified Appraiser of Personal Property with the International Society of Appraisers since 2006. Fine art appraisal experience includes insurance, estate planning & settlement, divorce, charitable contribution, and potential sale of works of art for the private sector, museums, banking institutions, insurance companies and the legal profession.

CONTINUING EDUCATION & SEMINARS:  CASETA – 9th Annual Symposium on Early Texas Art – 2011 Various sessions on Early Texas Art and artists   History of Fort Worth Artists & Sculptors:  Late 19th – Mid 20th Century , Scott Barker, Texas Christian University;Texas Regional Art Symposium 2010 - mVarious sessions on Early Texas Art, Public Works Art Project in Texas, Southern Art & Printmaking; CASETA 6th Annual Symposium on Early Texas Art 2008 Various sessions on Early Texas Art and artists Intimate Modernism: Fort Worth Circle Artists in the 1940s Series of lectures in conjunction with the exhibition Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth Supporting Arts at the Grass Roots Symposium examining the support of contemporary Texas artists, in conjunction with Texas Vision: The Barrett Collection; Meadows Museum of Fine Art, Southern Methodist University, Dallas Early Texas Art: Regionalist or Mainstream Symposium - Meadows Museum of Fine Art, Southern Methodist University, Dallas Modern / Post-Modern; Art Since 1945 Dr. Mark Thistlethwaite, Professor, Texas Christian University; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth 20th Century Myths Dr. Mark Thistlethwaite, Professor, Texas Christian University; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth American Art, 1910-1940 Dr. Mark Thistlethwaite, Professor, Texas Christian University; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth American Art, 1885 1915: A Course in American Art History Dr. Mark Thistlethwaite, Professor, Texas Christian University; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Contemporary Art Since 1930 Dr. Mark Thistlethwaite, Professor, Texas Christian University; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Of Time and Place Kimbell Art Museum International Society of Appraisers Annual Conferences & Specialty Seminars Numerous additional lectures & seminars

MEMBERSHIPS: American Society of Appraisers; Accredited Senior Appraiser; International Society of Appraisers; Certified Appraiser of Personal Property; Texas Association of Museums; EASL, Emergency Artists Support League; Past Steering Committee member;  Fort Worth Art Dealers Association, Founding Member, President 1993 -1995, Chair Special Events 1997- 2004; Fort Worth Public Art - Gifts and Loans Review Panel 2006- 2007; Arts Council of Fort Worth & Tarrant County; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Directors Council; National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame; Amon Carter Museum; Kimbell Art Museum; Dallas Museum of Art; Historic Fort Worth; CASETA


Specialties

  • Art - 20th Century
  • Drawings
  • Paintings
  • Prints - 20th Century
  • Sculpture - 20th Century

Services

  • Divorce Settlements

Performs Appraisals Of

  • Ceramics - American
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