Approved: 16.08.2006

Fiona Morley

Artist, Maker

Approved: 16.08.2006
  • Location: Brighton, South East
  • Activities: Private commissions
  • Categories: Drawing, Illustration, Mixed Media, Painting, Sculpture
  • Tags: Sculpture, Illustration, Drawing, Mixed Media, Painting, Wire, construction, metalwork
 
 

Biography

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My work is a combination of illustration and sculptural relief which is achieved with wire as the line can be taken off the page and into space.

My inspiration comes from within. External experience is internalized and my work is my own personal processing made into form. 

Themes that run through my work are relationships with ourselves, loved ones and the wider community. Motherhood, and aloneness. Explorations into our thoughts, how thoughts can give rise to feelings of entrapment and paralysis through fears and anxiety.

The pursuit of freedom from thought.

In more recent work I have been using symbolism through the natural world, animal, bird and plant life to represent the different aspects of our inner selves and the ultimate interconnectedness of all things.

CV & Education

Qualifications and training 1996 - BA Hons, Sculpture - Fine Art, School of Sculpture, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh. - Foundation, Art Therapy, Edinburgh University, Edinburgh.

 

2016 - April 29th-June 5th. Exhibition. 'Season of Grace' Galleri Plan B, Varendsgaten 14, Vaxjo, Sweden.

2011 - current. Full time mother and personal development of artwork in studio..

Exhibitions 2009-10 -, Hubert gallery, 1046 Madison Avenue, New York, US.

2009 - Album artwork. Wild Beasts, 'Two Dancers', Domino Records.

2007 -Exhibition and ongoing representative, Woolff Gallery, 89 Charlotte St London W1T 4PU 

Art Fairs with Woolff Gallery 2007-2011- Art London, Royal Hospital, Chelsea. - ArtChicago, The Merchandise Mart, Chicago. - London Art Fair, Isington Business Centre, London. - Toronto International art fair, North Building, Toronto -,

Affordable Art Fairs 2006-2010 Battersea, London. Amsterdam, Paris, Bristol.

2004 - The proper study of mankind, Museum of Modern Art, Wales