Having worked as a photographer for over 15 years, Anne's photography specialises in traditional and experimental darkroom processes to create unique, original images.
She uses a variety of techniques, particularly Lith chemistry, Mordancage, Bromoil, Infrared and Pinhole, to produce evocative photographs with great depth and texture.
Her recent work explores the landscape of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, images which she is also currently combining with text in a series of original handmade books.
Anne is also a member of Documenting Britain, the Bromoil Circle of Great Britain and WildFires (contemporary Scottish female photographers).
Recent exhibitions include:-
Shutterhub at Retina International Photo Festival, July 2017
Mind & Memory, Aberdeen, March 2017
Northern Light, SIA Gallery , Sheffield, July 2016
Chemical Bath Bargoed, Wales - Oct 2015
ACTINIC Edinburgh Botanic Gardens - July 2015
RSA Open Edinburgh Dec 2014 - Jan 2015
Ing Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries , London Nov 2014, Nov 2013
Shetland Museum & Archives Oct - Nov 2014
"In the digital age it is refreshing to see artists using the hands-on technique of analogue photography. The alchemy of producing images with light, chemicals and paper has a magical quality. This fascinating and rich exhibition is an insight into the artists’ expansive visual vocabulary, combined with an in-depth knowledge and skill of traditional photographic processes. The results are striking.”
John Hunter, exhibition officer, Shetland Museum.
Review of Masters show: http://scottishartblog.com/2011/09/07/anne-campbell-at-gray%E2%80%99s-school-of-art-master%E2%80%99s-degree-show-2011/
If you are interested in knowing more about the work and techniques used, exhibiting, workshops, commissioning or purchasing any of it, please contact me either through the 'contact' section or at the address below.
tel: 01467 643892
All photographs appearing on this web site are the exclusive property of Anne Campbell The photographs may not be copied, reproduced, redistributed, manipulated, used or altered in any way without prior permission by Anne Campbell.