Fiona Stewart was born in rural Northern Ireland and attended the University of Ulster, Belfast, receiving a B.A. in Visual Communication. Her work ranges from mixed-media paintings on canvas to large-scale pieces on glass and wood (see Francis, Reflections and Roses solo exhibition, 2018).
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 2018; a solo show at the UoA Gallery, Belfast in 2018 and a group show in Holy Art Gallery, London in 2021. 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. In 2021 her piece ‘2am’ was included in an on-line auction for the Art of Elysium, Los Angeles.
In addition, Fiona is a member of the Graphics Union UK and the Art Rebellion Collective. She also works as a designer for TV, film, and music pr.
2015 Produced commissioned work for Nature on Paper series
2018 Exhibited with NI Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, Northern Ireland
Artwork featured in WotisArt Magazine, London
2018 Began work on Francis, Reflection & Roses series
2019 Produced, 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 - 2022 Group Exhibition, Holy Art Galley, London
Piece featured in charity auction for Art of Elysium, Los Angeles
Commission for Irish poet, Paddy Walsh
Began work on Space and Stone series