Cameron McLellan's practice centres around drawing and mark-making and the interface between the built envioronment/architecture and landscape/site. The work explores form, texture and the meditative quality of repetition. Spatial relationships and composition are expressed with an economy of means and are underpinned by the west coast architectural tendencies towards restraint and connection to site.
His work was chosen as the Populist Winner in the 2014 Front Lines 2 - Exposure exhibition and has appeared in Montecristo Magazine and the book We Are Canada.
McLellan is currently an MFA candidate at the University of British Columbia.