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30.4cm x 30.4cm
Acrylic on timber - ready to hang
Fiona Smiths work is all about memory - keeping hold of the things and people and places that I love. I am getting them down in oils or acrylic paint, bringing back moments from the past or making time stand still in the present. My artistic practice went through a hiatus at the end of my twenties, when life got in the way, but for the past few years I have been able to throw myself back into it with more fervour than ever.
My paintings are now in private homes and on loan to a charity (The Butterfly Foundation) and I use brushes and palette knives, canvas and boards.
BA Comm (journalism). I attended classes at Julian Ashton art school in the 1980s and, more recently have studied with Kerrie Lester and Gria Shead at the Workshop Arts Centre, also undertaking workshops with artists such as Lucy Culliton, Robert Malherbe, John Bokor, Amanda Penrose-Hart, David Fairbairn, Juliette Holmes a'Court and Tim Allen.