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“Cutting directly into colour reminds me of a sculptor’s carving into stone.”
Dreaming of Unity
Fiona Scott-Wilson’s new work has been made into a postcard, Dreaming of Unity.
Fiona has sent 200 postcards to the House of Lords cross-bench peers with messages saying:
“Please protect the rights of UK and EU citizens by new amendments to the bill. Stand firm. Our children’s future is in your hands. Please keep Britain in the EU.”
''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.
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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.