Born in Galveston in 1964, Camp Bosworth is an artist based in Marfa, TX. Bosworth received his BFA in painting from the University of North Texas. He has exhibited his work throughout Texas and the US, including exhibitions at Webb Gallery, Waxahachie, TX; The Old Jailhouse Art Center, Albany, TX; Yard Dog, Austin, TX; Tucson Museum of Contemporary Art, AZ; and the El Paso Museum of Art, TX. His work is in the collection of the AT&T Center/San Antonio Spurs and was commissioned for Cardinal Blasé Cupich’s crosier staff. Long-time residents of Marfa, he and his wife Buck Johnston own the shop and gallery The Wrong Store, which was named the “Most Beautiful Independent Store” in Texas by Architectural Digest in 2018.