About

Laura Campbell


is an Oxford based Fine Artist and MFA Student, recently graduated from a BA Fine Art course in York. Campbell’s practice is informed by research into disability and personal representation, using printmaking, painting and performance as reoccurring expressive elements of communication. Her practice aims to contribute to conversations surrounding disability within the visual arts whilst researching how her own disability fits within socio-political spheres within contemporary fine art.

Creative CV


November 2021- March 2022

Participating Artist in the Oxford Human Rights Festival

November 2021

Artist Residency with Ahh Studio Collective in Malton 


August 2021
Artwork featured in TSDAP New Graduate Printed Publication

July 2021

Winner of The Art Practice Award at York St John University with a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art BA

June 2021

Artwork featured on Aesthetica's Website


June 2021

York St John University Degree Show


February 2021

York St John Winter Show Double Sided Artwork Unreliable Body. A curated exhibition showcasing the Third Year Fine Art, Photography and Illustration artworks, online exhibition 


November 2020.

The Eleanor Worthington Prize Third Place 

"Blindness features a single artwork utilising both the front and back of a piece. The front displays a layered double exposure of a portrait, using photography, thread, hair, drawings and ink which leaks through to create a separate abstracted portrait on the back. Blue and gold tones with the figurative nature creates a sense of value through escapism whilst being held together through the tension of absorption"



March 2020.

Mid-Semester Showcase Exhibition presented to the general public

February 2020

Assisted in Life Drawing Classes at York St John University