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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.

Peace Rose

My new cut-paper work reflects my feelings of disharmony and division, a sad and critical time in our history. One of six A2 works for an Exhibition in November in Folkstone, Kent. The theme being “Strong Women”.

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''Never let go''......

“‘Never let go”……. is my new cut paper that concerns Unity.

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“Cutting directly into colour reminds me of a sculptor’s carving into stone.”

– Matisse