Fiona creates site-specific work for public and private spaces.  In 2016 she was commissioned to create a large woven canopy as a focal piece for Viking Cruise’s Chelsea Flower Show Mekong Garden, which won gold and best artisan garden.  In 2015 she co-ordinated an ambitious ACE-funded project ‘step in stone‘ comprising unique artscapes in Somerset quarries as project manager, curator and participating artist.  Other largescale projects include SAW/NGS Abundance Art/Garden Trail ’13 and Scraptors’ ‘Beyond the Garden Gate’ Sculpture Trail ’11, Stourhead National Trust Estate, Wiltshire (see Scraptors film below).  Commissions include a series of giant creatures for Dobbies Garden World, Shepton Mallet; Stackpool Park, Kidderminster; Carymoor Environmental Centre, Castle Cary and All Hallows Preparatory School woodland, Cranmore.

I have been utterly entranced by what has been achieved by this extraordinary collaborative event.  The fourteen artists are from a myriad of artistic disciplines yet have created a glorious spectacle.  From the vastness of the quarries to the intimacy of the Black Swan’s Round Tower, the site-specific works harmonise with their environment.  Fiona Campbell and her artists have achieved something wonderful.’ Amanda Sheridan, Chair Black Swan Arts, of ‘step in stone‘ 2015