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Fiona's work is a visceral response to nature and the environment represented as fragments of memory and an imagined future. Painting primarily on canvas, glass and paper; she combines abstract marks with textural layers to create pieces filled with evocative energy.​ Her latest work, “Flight” is a small series on paper featuring earthy tones of blue, green and black intersected with layers of tape and pencil. Black hues are painted, dried, re-painted and finished with marks of ink. Reflections of the sky on the water flourish in green and blue; often bleeding into each other.


Each piece is created using vegan, cruelty-free products.



Fiona Stewart was born in rural Northern Ireland and currently works as a creative in a PR company. She is a member of the Union of Graphic Designers for Film and Television. 

Since 2015, Fiona’s work has been exhibited in galleries across London and Belfast, including a group show with the Northern Ireland Arts and Film Festival in 2017 ("Gene series I & II") ;
a solo show at the UoA Gallery, Belfast in 2019 and a group show in Holy Art Gallery, London in 2021 ("
Disturbance in the City"). In 2019 she was a recipient of the iDA Award on behalf of the Arts Council Northern Ireland. She has produced commissions for award-winning playwright, Lorna French and Irish poet, Patrick Walsh. 


House of Smalls Gallery 

Group Exhibition - Walk the Line

'Interrupted Dream' 

Gloucester, March 2023

Cista Arts 

Group Exhibition - Inspired by Love

'Flight Over Land and Sea'

'Views of Lake and Sky'

London, February - March 2023

Dwell Time Press

Virtual  - Issue 3

'Views Over Lake and Sky'

London, August 2022


Irish Poet, Paddy Walsh

Commission - Book

'Rockpool Alley'

Ireland, 2022      

Holy Art Gallery

Group  Exhibition - Infinity


'Moonlight Dancers'

London, May 2021

Online Auction

Curator 'Soup' for Art of Elysium

'Smoke and Shadows'

Los Angeles, 2021

Arts Council Northern Ireland

Winner of iDA Award

Belfast, April 2019

Solo Exhibition in UoA Gallery

Solo Exhibition

'Frances, Refections and Roses'

Belfast, August - September 2019

Award-winning playwright, Lorna French


'Mya Angelou'

Birmingham, 2019


NI Mental Health Arts & Film Festival

Group Exhibition - Time To Change 

'Gene Series 1 & 2'

Northern Ireland, 2017 



Dwell Time Press

Virtual  - Issue 3 - London, August 2022

Wot is Art Magazine

Feature in Wot is Art Magazine  - London, 2017

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