Oona Campbell (born 1967)

Oona studied Visual and Performing Arts at Brighton Polytechnic, graduating in 1989. She is fascinated by the quality of ever changing light and weather. She is well known for her Scottish landscapes–favourite places include the Isle of Islay and the West Coast.  Oona also explores the landscapes surrounding her rural North Dorset home, particularly along the pathways and bridle tracks of unspoilt Fontmell Down and Cranborne Chase. Here too changing weather can see a landscape presenting many dramatic characters within a single day, whatever the season.  Equally at ease in mid-winter snow and amid the vibrancy of high summer verdant lanes and fields, she also frequently visits Studland Bay where, amazingly, she often has this beautiful beach to herself.

Recently Oona has completed a series of nine ancient Dorset hedgerow paintings capturing the many-coloured summer hedgerows bursting into early summer.

Oona Campbell

An April Shower in the Dales by Castle Bolton (Wensleydale)

£4,950

Oona Campbell

Listening to the curlews before dark (North Yorkshire)

£4,850

Oona Campbell

View to the south from Castle Bolton (Wensleydale, North Yorkshire)

£12,500

Oona Campbell

Watching the waves (from Applecross)

£1,950

Oona Campbell

The sun bid us good night (North Yorkshire)

£12,500

Oona Campbell

A lively wind had sprung up (Applecross towards Skye)

£1,950

Oona Campbell

It was the owl’s hour (Richmond, North Yorkshire)

£2,200

Oona Campbell

Listening to the sounds of the waves (towards Skye and Raasay)

£4,950

Oona Campbell

The first poppies (Richmond, North Yorkshire)

£4,850

Oona Campbell

A stormy wind and tumultuous clouds gathered over Gayles (North Yorkshire)

£3,800

Oona Campbell

A windy day and spring gorse (Richmond, North Yorkshire)

£4,900

Oona Campbell

A sunset shower over Gayles, (Richmond, North Yorkshire)

£5,600

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