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