Eugene Onegin, commissioned by Holland Park Opera
Margot & Le Villi, commissioned by Holland Park Opera
The Merry Widow, commissioned by Holland Park Opera
Rigoletto, commissioned by Holland Park Opera
Holland Park Opera Website Images
BT Artbox, Covent Garden
Celebrating India, Bicester Village
Village Life Magazine Cover
Examples of Village Life Magazine Pages
Gibson's Organic Liqueurs Artwork
Drawing for RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014
House Portrait, France, Oil On Linen, 65 x 75 cm
House Portrait, Hall Barn, Oil On Linen 80 x 60 cm
House Portrait, The White House, Oil On Linen 81 x 65 cm
Holland Park Opera 2020
Opera Holland Park commissioned Rebecca Campbell to create four paintings to promote their up coming season of operas. The images were used in all their advertising material, website and performance programmes.
The theme of the 2020 Season as a whole was First Love, Lost Love, and this is reflected throughout the artwork. “I was absolutely delighted to hear that I had been chosen to illustrate the Opera Holland Park 2020 Season, with the chance to paint all the drama that opera brings.”
Village Life Magazine 2019
Village Life Magazine is published by Bicester Village and its other 10 sister villages (9 in Europe and 2 in China). Campbell was commissioned to create the cover of the magazine as well as a series of illustrations highlighting all the different villages, other places of interest and various activities.
Bicester Village, Celebrating India May 2019
Commissioned to create an illustration for the event that was held in conjunction with Elephant Family.
Chelsea Flower Show 2014
Brief: ‘Dream Garden’, Rebecca was one of seven artists and celebrities asked to design a dream garden. The sketches were exhibited in the RHS tent at the Chelsea Flower Show. They were then auctioned off in aid of the RHS Campaign for School Gardening. This charity encourages children to garden and learn about plants and the environment. The other garden designs were by Sir Paul Smith, Gillian Ayres CBE, Lawrence Llewlyn-Bowen, Stephen Farthing, Piers Morgan and Alex Monroe.
BT Artbox, London 2012
Client: BT and Childline
Brief: BT celebrated Childline’s 25th Anniversary in the year of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee by commissioning 85 artists and designers. The phone boxes were on display for six weeks all over London and then auctioned off to raise money for Childline.
“With all these famous phone boxes becoming redundant, my idea was to think about recycling making it a perfect aviary filled with exotic birds tweeting! As it was a child’s charity I wanted something playful. Even the word Twitter has a double meaning, whilst it describes birds chatting, it is also the latest form of communication. Childline was set up as a way that children could safely communicate.”