Fiona McIntyre is an oil painter and print maker living in the West Country with strong links to Edinburgh, Scotland where she graduated with a BA Hons in Drawing and Painting from Edinburgh College of Art, India from where she traces close family, and Sweden where she studied Printmaking, specialising in Copper Etching. She was born in Nairobi, Kenya and spent her early years in Dublin and England.
Fiona's influences include the Scottish Colourists, Cubism, Surrealism and African and Oceanic art. Her oil paintings have been described as luscious, gestural expressions of a neo-romantic nature that vibrate with chromatic colour applied generously with broad brush strokes.
In 2013, after a global art education and an extensive exhibiting career in galleries and museums in the UK, Spain, Sweden and Norway Fiona was one of the founders of a contemporary art movement celebrating trees and nature called The Arborealists. In 2022 Fiona was elected Associate Member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers.
Fiona has undertaken a number of public commissions, residences and projects including her current project which is a residency and solo show at the Herefordshire home and studio of surrealist Australian painter/printmaker Sidney Nolan.
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