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.

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May 2016
Mon, May 9 2016

Work coming along well for a busy spell ahead. Almost up to scratch with framing for the Gracefield exhibition, and might just mount some of  the remaining work for Spring Fling, as Leo the framer is getting very busy. (Marathon runner too!)

Have decided to put a new work on Facebook every few days from the beginning of May until Spring Fling. Having fun with some ceramic pots at the moment, so 'watch this space'.

Had a good painting weekend earlier in the month, with such a nice crowd of people.  June course is full, but a few spaces left for 3day course in July.

At last we have had dry weather, so much time has been spent in the garden. Back porch is full to overflowing with trays of nicotiana and white cosmos seedlings, but will leave all that to early June.

Off to Straraer tomorrow with the work for the 'Beyond the Garden Wall' exhibition at Stranraer Museum, starting 30th April till 4th June