Rona Campbell's Blog

Prize Winning Fine Art Photographer & Poet

Black Angel

Inspired by Elgar’s ‘Dream of Gerontius’ The Black Angel photograph was taken by Rona Campbell and the poem by the same name, written by David Subacchi. It’s currently exhibited in the Undegun Gallery, Wrexham, North Wales until March 2020. Black Angel by...

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Syneasthesia Art Project North Wales

Syneasthesia is the subject of an exhibition planned for 2020 in North Wales. The artists involved are Dr Karen Heald, Rona Campbell, Huw McGregor and Ali Barker. Rona will be transposing music through the media of photography and is currently...

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Rona’s figurative fine art photography depicts recognisable objects of the world around us, they can be accurate or heavily distorted. What can you see hidden in Rona’s photographs?

Eye Spy Wales

‘Eye-Spy Wales’ describes my approach when photographing and writing poems about Wales. Projects that often ‘jump out at me,’ have an ephemeral content. For example, the ice crystallisations on my kitchen window melted in an hour but led to ‘Ice...

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“Water Lens” Exhibition 10th November 2017

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” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Water Lens Exhibition, Undegun Gallery, 11 Regent Street, Wrexham Friday 10th November, 2017 6-8pm Preview of the first six prints featuring three portraits of women. The research and development of my invention was supported by...

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Bottled People

Bottled People-Photo ProjectMany people enter a period in their lives where they feel bottled-up. Rona’s photos, shot through her ‘water lens’ actually show her subjects seen as water see’s them. Keith Pemberton her first subject was exhibited in Undegun Gallery,...

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Ice Dance Photographs of Ice in Wales

Rona Campbell’s Photograph Exhibition ‘ICE IN WALES’ Qube Gallery Oswald Road, Oswestry SY11 1RB Opening Saturday 1st October  9.30am-1.30pm 01691  656882       An exhibition to please scientists and nature lovers of Wales