Born in rural Northern Ireland, Fiona has been working as a visual artist since 2015, her work is inspired by themes of nature, physics and emotive forces. She combines stark abstract marks and a frantic painting style to create pieces filled with energy and flux.
She currently works as a designer and artist for print and music public relations.
In 2018, The NI Mental Health Arts and Film Festival showcased two pieces from her ‘Gene’ series. In 2019, she produced a solo show for the UofA Gallery and was awarded the iDA award on behalf the Arts Council Northern Ireland. Since then, Fiona’s work has been shown in galleries in Belfast and most recently in the Holy Art Gallery in London.
2015 Produced commissioned work for Nature on Paper series
2017 Exhibited with NI Mental Health Arts and Film Festival
Artwork featured in WotisArt Magazine, London
2018 Began work on Francis, Reflection & Roses series
Produced 2 commissions for Northern Ireland Housing Executive
2019 Produced, Mya Angelou commission for award-winning playwright, Lorna French
Winner of iDA award on behalf the Arts Council Northern Ireland
Solo Exhibition in UoA Gallery, Belfast
2020 - 2021 Group Exhibition, Holy Art Galley, London
Work featured in Create Magazine, NYC