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Eva Campbell has painted various themes involving the human form over the years. Some of her paintings were influenced by living in Ghana, the Caribbean and Canada where she was interested in the identity and culture of the people she painted. She recently painted a series on contemporary Canadian military people based on images and ideas shared with her by the subjects in the paintings. In these she juxtaposes the technology, uniforms and work gear with portraits as a means to examine identity and subjectivity. 


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Currently some of Eva's paintings are on display at Bistro 161 conveniently located right in the heart of downtown Duncan at 161 Kenneth Street, Duncan, BC. http://www.bistro161.com

Paintings in the University of Victoria Art Collections

Other Works
Eva illustrated the book The Matatu written by Eric Walters and published by Orca Book Publishers in 2012.

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2008 - 2009


Black Being
1992 - 2006

Military Paintings
Military Paintings

The Matatu
The Matatu illustrations

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last update: Thursday, June 7, 2012