Hazel Campbell Paintings

Hazel Campbell has lived and worked in Galloway for most of her adult life, and through attendance at painting classes over a number of years she has developed her own vigorous style of painting. She has a loose, bold approach, working mainly in oil and gouache, using local Galloway countryside as a stimulus for landscape painting. Still life and flowers are also subjects, and like the landscapes, are being treated in an increasingly broad manner.

View my new video below to see how I work.

October 2016
Thu, October 6 2016

Just back from two weeks in France.   Paris, Bordeaux, Biarritz and Chartres. Not all plain sailing! Could be termed 'an adventure'! Have returned refreshed and stimulated and ready to go. 

Big news is I have moved studios to the large unit behind our house. It is slightly larger than the farm studio, has no outlook which is proving to be an advantage as I am not distracted. Work is progressing well, and preparing to apply for next year's Spring Fling.

At Wigtown Book Festival yesterday which was fantastic as usual. Collected unsold works from The Craigard Gallery, where I have sold an amazing amount of work this summer. Getting ready for a winter exhibition at The Gallery at Laurieston run by Phil McMenemy. Starts 11th November.