Oil paintings and watercolours, landscape and portraits, wide range of subjects. Paintings framed and unframed. Some sculpture work.
Camilla initiated a Painting Group in Dumfries in 1966, while living in south-west Scotland. In 1970, after her first husband’s death, she enrolled at the St Albans School of Art, completing four years tuition in drawing, painting, print-making, and sculpture, and then in London attended the Putney School of Art. She exhibited paintings at the Mall Galleries, with the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (Federation of British Artists), and the Armed Forces Art Society; at the Hurlingham Gallery; at the Chelsea Old Town Hall with the Chelsea Art Society; at the Anna Mei Chadwick Gallery; and at the Fulham Library, as well as holding ‘one man’ shows at Fulham Palace. As a Painters and Stainers Freeman, she has shown work regularly at Painters’ Hall in the City. Camilla also had a cottage in Cornwall at St. Ives, and showed paintings in the town’s Penwith Gallery. Living now near Chichester, she has held a ‘one man’ show at the Oxmarket Gallery. She has also worked extensively in sculpture, including two sculpture portrait commissions of Sir Winston Churchill for private collections. Prizes for her work in oils, watercolours, and sculpture, have included an Angela Stones Chelsea Art Society watercolour prize, and a sculpture prize at the Oxmarket Gallery.
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