Heart & Sold

Artists

Fiona Stevenson

Fiona the artist


Weir Rabbit

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The Common Room

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Under the Sea

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The Yellow House

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Unicorn and Dragon Fire

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For Josephine

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Sunset with Birds

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Waterfall and Goat

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Ghost Train

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Duck

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Bowl of Lemons

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Oliver Twist

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Trees in Winter

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Mary and Jesus

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Fiona has worked with an artist for nearly four years and has just begun to move away from smaller sized paintings to work on a larger scale. Her work is colourful and abstract. She uses the medium in a free expressive way, using the brush to tell a story.

Julia, the artist she works with says, “It is a joy to watch her work without preconceptions, but always with a clear objective in mind as she paints.”

Fiona’s family have strong links to the creative arts from a distant cousin Robert Louis Stevenson to her great grandfather Donald Stevenson. He was a master illusionist who worked for Chung Ling, the ‘Greatest Magician of all time’… in his spare time. He was also an early inventor of the aeroplane.

Fiona follows, as an artist, in the footsteps of her great great Uncle, Walter May one of the top Polar artists of the 19th century.

Susan Aldworth, internationally renowned artist called Fiona “A maker of beautiful marks.” Susan used some of Fiona’s drawings to meld with her work to produce a series of prints.