Latest News and announcements
“Cutting directly into colour reminds me of a sculptor’s carving into stone.”
''Never let go''
“Never let go” is an A1 cut-paper work by Fiona Scott-Wilson of a child holding onto a mother. “I wanted to explore the sense of loss of my European identity, the loss of unity and protection.”
Fiona Scott-Wilson exhibited the “Strong Woman” series – a larger-scale cut-paper exhibition late last year. Each work tells a story of interdependence and the powerful connection between Europe and Britain that is currently under threat.
Latest Artist Blog
Fiona Scott-Wilson works in a diverse range of mediums. Recently, she swopped her paints and brushes for a scalpel and a palette of multicoloured papers. Using a unique technique and style, her works are intricately created from many component pieces of cut paper.
Fiona has evolved a way of creating images that replicate brush strokes in paper to create a new art form. Her works reflect a love of nature, wild life and currently include more figurative images in bold, vivid colours.
Inspired by Matisse, who made cut paper a viable medium, and influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement Fiona’s work reflect her love for design.