New Images


Images are available in various sizes,  and printed on 100% rag paper or canvas.

UXBRIDGE TRAIN STATION REVISITED captures the tradition of this centuries -old gathering place in downtown Uxbridge. Back in the 1970’s, Walter Campbell sketched drawings of this notable building, but this is his first watercolour rendition. Prints are available in various sizes for yourself or for gifts.


BIGELOW HOUSE REVISITED, a historic landmark  in Port Perry,  is the focal point of Walter Campbell’s latest nostalgic watercolour painting. Prints of this grand old lady are available in various sizes to adorn your home or office.

UXBRIDGE REVISITED is Walter Campbell’s latest fine art print. This grand red brick Victorian graces the corner of Brock St. East and Third Avenue in Uxbridge, Ontario, and it is a much admired local landmark. Giclee prints are now available in various sizes.

” Whitetails “


” Mountain Mills “

” Maple Sugaring “

” Home for the Holidays “

” Red & Whites “

Attending a charming rural wedding reception inspired Walter Campbell to paint these friendly Hereford cows, who live on the bride and groom’s farm. The

original painting of “Red & Whites” is done in intricately detailed dry brush watercolour. A full size limited edition giclee print is available as well as

a print in the small art card format.

” Rusty “

The image above is RUSTY, inspired by the timeless rural scenes in the township of Brock, where Walter Campbell resides with his family.


” Bakers Homestead “

BAKERS HOMESTEAD features a traditional farmhouse scene, depicting the late Robert Baker’s farm in Sunderland, ON. The majestic team of horses, Jess and Dee, also live locally.

” Takin’ a Break “


Walter found these beauties at rest during a break from the demonstration of vintage agricultural equipment at a farm near Markham, ON. Thus the title TAKIN’ A BREAK was born.



“Jess & Dee “

When the mother & daughter team of JESS & DEE took Walter and his wife Lynn on a sleigh ride through the snow-capped hills, it was a magical day. Thanks to Dave & Mary Ellen of Sunderland!


” The Warmth of Winter “

Walter Campbell is always pleased and surprised to come across a grand Victorian house to paint, like the one in THE WARMTH OF WINTER, which he discovered on a ski trip.


” Just Married “

Walter Campbell’s wedding prints are one of his most popular themes, to commemorate and celebrate marriages. JUST MARRIED, his seventh wedding theme print, uses a classic Victorian brick home in Cannington, ON as the backdrop. If you think this house looks the same as the one in Walter’s popular HALLOWE’EN SPIRIT print, you are right!


” Santa “

For fun, Walter decided to paint his own heartwarming rendition of Santa Claus, and SANTA has turned out to be one of his most treasured prints. That’s his buddy Jack’s eyes,twinkling with mischief. 



” Moonlit Mill “

The dramatic print entitled MOONLIT MILL is a tribute to Morningstar Mill at Decew Falls in St. Catharines, one of Walter Campbell’s favourite spots in the Niagara Region.


” Summer at Fieldstone “

Ever since Walter Campbell lived beside a dairy farm in the 1980’s, he has wanted to paint a pastural scene of Holsteins. Finally, he produced SUMMER AT FIELDSTONE, depicting a rustic stone house which is located in Cresswell, ON.

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