The Painters Daughter
The series was intended to be a celebration of her life, and recalls Zoes experience as a child living with her Grandmother the Matriarch of the family. This painting is based on her Grandmother as a young woman, her gentle father was a scenic artist, who was killed working as a stretcher bearer in 1917.
Show Respect & Consideration For All Living Things. How To Live A Good Life.2010
A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed. Aesops Fables. 2010
Mothers Weep, Chechnya
The war in Yugoslavia is the subject of this work. The young woman carries a basket of fish on her head, souls gathered to sustain others, at her waist are some of those sons and fathers lost in the war.The repeat figure of a woman weeping expresses this repetition of experience for so many Mothers, Children and Wives.
A figure sleeps in the landscape, a white dove flies from her head, resting on a pillow of fish, (a symbol for the souls of the dead). Behind her, a figure stands with a blackbird, waiting. Here the artist tries to record where we go in our sleep, where reality and dreams meet, and how it links us
to the past.
Oil on board. 1996
David & Goliath.2015. Detail ,Pilgrims & Shrines. All Saints Church, Marazion.
Still Life With Eggs
Painted when the artist had an Acme Studio, Porthleven. Most of the objects she has chosen to use have a personal significance or family history.
Oil on board. 1998
Child With A Pram
2012 . Oil on board. – Lessons of childhood, playing at being an adult and learning the need for courage.
'The Three Wishes', Aesops Fables. 2010
Recognise The Value Of Knowledge & Learning & Study Hard Something That Makes You Happy.2010.
The Little Nurse
Returning to the nature of childhood relationships and power.
Oil on board. 2003
Cameron continues to observe power within a relationship, who holds it, can they be trusted with it. Moral questions and subject matter frequently explored in her other work.
Oil on board, 2007. Part of the “Fragile Lives” series.
Girl With Donkeys Monkey
Girl With Donkeys Monkey – the circus has arrived, not in view, the child walks some of the animals after their journey.This is another of her paintings in which she observes the fragility of relationships and power in childhood.
How to live a good life
How to live a good life – Aesops fables. Colour Catalogue Available from Avalon
The Poets Muse
The Twin Towers disaster happened at the time she began this group of paintings, which she calls her Truth and Lies series. In this work the figure holds a dagger, behind her are written the tender words of her Poet lover whom she discovers has betrayed her.
Girl With Cat
Girl with Cat – 2005. oil on card. 23 x 32 cm From the Fragile lives series
Don't Carry Regrets From The Past
Don’t carry regrets from the past.
Oil on board. 2009
Syria. 2014.Central Panel Of A Triptych
This painting was inspired by a news report I heard in June 2014 , a woman living in Syria told the reporter that in the morning she was making breakfast for her family when she heard a helicopter flying over her house, they dropped a bomb, it destroyed her home and her husband lost a leg.
A Modern Fable with political content, Gordon Brown is spanked by his mother.
Oil on board. 2009
Although rarely shown, every spring / summer the artist paints cornish grown flowers , many from a farm in Hayle. Cameron said “It is a real challenge trying to capture the effect a vase of flowers has on our senses’.
Oil on Canvas 2006
In this work ,the child and lamb play a game together, catching angels, the cart is there to carry the catch home.
Here she explores the nature of friendships in childhood, and what is real.
Oil on card
Children Looking At A Naked Chicken
This painting is about the progress and cost of science . The invention of a bald or featherless chicken was in an article about making convenience food more convenient to the farmer and consumer. Zoe says I wanted to have the children participating in a small ceremony of some kind, a mock wedding, at school, mimicking adult behavior, then I wanted the chicken to pass by, lost and naked. We don’t seem to see what we have in life and how fragile and valuable it is.