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Frozen River by Helen Campbell
Frisbee Golf by Helen Campbell
Moon on the Rise by Helen Campbell
Moon Above the River by Helen Campbell
Whispering Bay by Helen Campbell
Winter Coulee by Helen Campbell
June's Lingering Light by Helen Campbell
Evening Reflections by Helen Campbell
Small Storm Cloud by Helen Campbell
A Time for Peace by Helen Campbell
Open Air Art by Helen Campbell
Painted Woods Creek by Helen Campbell
Missouri River by Helen Campbell
The Old Willow by Helen Campbell
August River by Helen Campbell
The Toasted Frog by Helen Campbell
Looking West by Helen Campbell
Painted Canyon by Helen Campbell
Cliffs on the Little Missouri by Helen Campbell
Market on Sweet Avenue by Helen Campbell
Paradox of Praise by Helen Campbell
Openings by Helen Campbell
In the Snow by Helen Campbell
On the Hill in Mandan by Helen Campbell
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About Helen Campbell
Helen often works on location. Along with some works of a more abstract nature, she chooses to use plein air painting as a way to emphasize connection with the land. Art and life can be as close as a painting needing to be executed quickly because of wind, cold, heat, and the changes of shape and color as sun and clouds move. She feels a work is most successful when the colors, textures, and composition fit the overall mood and subject. Working in acrylic with layering and gestural brush strokes, using her palette knife to apply paint or scrape and scratch, Helen's goal is for the paintings to reflect a little of the character of the northern great plains, and by implication, the stamina and grit needed by those who reside here. This is a country of beauty, of big skies, of rolling fields, buttes and coulees. It is also vast, endures droughts and floods, excessive heat and deep cold, and is layered with interesting histories.
Helen's work has been included in juried exhibits in Michigan, New York, North Dakota and Pennsylvania and she has won awards in Michigan and New York. She received a BFA in 1980 from Calvin College, Grand Rapids MI. In 1987 Helen and her husband moved from New York to North Dakota where they have since lived and enjoyed raising their family.