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Thundery Skies Over Wheat Fields

Thundery Skies Over Wheat Fields

By Eleanor Campbell


Mixed media on heavy card

Original artwork


Image size: H: 40cm x W: 58cm ; mounted size: H: 59cm x W: 77cm 

Framed size: H: 62cm x W: 80cm



This is one of Eleanor's more graphic and bold works, suggesting the approaching storm over sun-dried what fields. Her semi-abstract landscape paintings express emotions, memories and responses to the world around her and capture climate moments, moods and light changes. 

With confident and knowledgable use of colour, she captures the essence of the landscape, leaving visible brush strokes, layers beneath and making use of mark-making tools and mixed media.

Using chance application of paint and combining these elements into a semi-abstract style, she seeks out wild places and takes her sketchbook on her daily dog walks to capture the spirit of a place. Returning to her studio, she creates effective compositions to convey a sense of light, space and drama.


    Having lived on the west coast of Scotland, with its rugged coastline, then moving to the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, Eleanor has enjoyed the best of both contrasting terrains for inspiration for her landscape painting.


    Beyond landscape, Eleanor enjoys producing a variety of imaginative still life art which is often more graphic or realistic in style, using mixed media and painting from life whilst also exploring our material world through her semi-abstract approach.


    Eleanor studied for her BA at Glasgow School of Art and, throughout her life, she has followed in the footsteps of her family as artists and creators. She pursued a career of graphic design and illustration and, later in life, returned to focus on her art. She has carried out numerous commissions and exhibits as a full-time painter in the Cotswolds, Cornwall and the Peak District.


    She is based in Oxfordshire, in  the heart of the Cotswolds.