Anna Campbell makes elegant, precise, humorous, and poetic sculpture about queerness.  She often references and meticulously rebuilds construction elements like scaffolding, cinder blocks, and sawhorses, and pairs them with equally high-crafted and frilly latex textiles.  A balloon, a disco ball, a shopping cart, boxing gloves, a mink stole, a catcher’s mitt - these are some of the objects that occupy Anna’s material vernacular in semi-surrealist visual statements that assert a tough and tender stance of love, power and desire.
- Liz Collins in Into that Fog: Queer|Art|Mentorship Fellows Exhibit, catalog, New York, NY, 2017. Print.