Cameron Crawford is a Northern Californian ceramic artist. He received a BFA from San Francisco State University and a MFA from the University of Washington.
Crawford uses recognizable architectural imagery as a symbol of humanity’s best efforts to create lasting structures in order to provide shelter for humanity and its beliefs. His interest in using imagery of architecture in decay centers on its ability to imply the tension which exists between attempts at permanence and destructive forces.
Crawford has shown work extensively both nationally and internationally. A selection of galleries in which he has shown include the P.E.O. Foundation Gallery in Missouri, the Hawaii Craftsman Association in Hawaii, the Tapei County Yingo Ceramics Museum in Taiwan, and the Galeria del Arte Universal in Cuba among numerous others.