A still life painter for over 25 years, Pauline Eble Campanelli was listed in thirteen reference books, and her art, prints and posters are included in public, corporate and private collections throughout the United States.
She was featured in "U.S. Art Magazine” January 1989, "Country Living” April 1985, and October 1992. She worked very slowly, averaging about six paintings a year. She meticulously showed each thread in a ball of yarn. She painted any flowers last, in order not to be hurried.
Campanelli and her husband, Dan, also a well known artist, lived in their Nationally Registered Historic home where she spun and dyed wool from her sheep, wrote books on ancient religion, tended to her herb and wildflower gardens and arranged shell, rocks, and fossils in her natural history museum. Pauline died of complications from childhood polio on November 29, 2001.