Elle Campbell grew up on a farm home to Dandaragan and the coastal landscapes stretching to Lancelin, were from an early age a strong kinaesthetic relationship with her natural surroundings was formed.
Her daily interactions of colour, shape and line play a pivotal part to her expressionist perspective. Working and living overseas influenced Campbell to no limit. Returning home to study Fashion and Textile Design layered with a traumatic change of fate grew an impalpable love of textile development in colour, print and texture.
Working as a makeup artist since 2007 whilst studying and travelling has enabled a close relationship with daily rituals of hands on art practise. Campbell feels at her most euphoric when in experimental process and exploration of colour, texture and emotion. It is this reborn drive to create instinctively allowing Campbell to express the untold.
The future is lit with cloth and paint. Standing strong by her integral part to being, Campbell looks to hand paint fabric to endless limits. Approaching every project forward with gusts of authenticity and intensely intimate developments in the garment and art industries. Each project being as considered as each painted mark.