Sheila Campbell of the University of Toronto has a PhD in archaeology and art history, with a specialty in ancient and medieval mosaics.
Dr. Campbell solved one of the world’s mosaic mysteries in 1998 reuniting the fragments of the eternal lovers, Parthenope and Metiochos (known as the Romeo and Juliet of the ancient world) with the original mosaic in Turkey.
Dr. Campbell was also involved in the fight to preserve the treasures of Zeugma, Turkey which rival the splendors of Pompeii. She curated the “The New Mosaic: Selections from Friuli, Italy” an exhibition of contemporary mosaics from the School of Spilimbergo at the Royal Ontario Museum – Toronto, Canada in 2003.
Mosaic Art Source Archives – Mosaic Art School of Fruili Spilimbergo
Mosaic Art Source – Mosaic Art Focus February Newsletter