I am drawn to archaic formats in my art. There is something about delving into ephemeral forms
--revealing details that would otherwise be missed ––that express a passion, especially as said
forms are being phased out of use.
Spanning painting, printmaking, collage and sculpture, my work has been largely devoted to
elements from each into cohesive entities exploring physical growth, deterioration and decay,
spiritual cycles, and celebration.
I produce interdisciplinary work based in tapestry, sculpture and painting. I investigate themes of
human interdependence and the "weight" of personality. My pieces often call viewers into an
individual relationship to the works.
The explores the collusion between nature and science.
Based on nature's sculptured forms Campbell induces new
definitions through fragmented objects, bending forms, concepts
and connotations of the everyday natural systems.
My paintings construct spaces that contain opposing ideas; vast natural environments contained
through architecture, ephemeral landscapes seen through graphic screens, imagined places that
flip between the sublime and the personal.
I am a multi-disciplinary artist creating socially minded projects that are deeply personal and
anthropologically rich. My projects work to foster connections between viewers and community
members, and to encourage dialogue.