Painter and printmaker Fiona Carver creates original artworks of the sea and landscape. She is very much inspired by nature
and her surroundings with trips to the coast and walks across fields providing unlimited source material for her.
She paints 'en plain air' as much as possible, enjoying the immediacy of the technique which is a nice contrast to the slow planning
involved in her linocut prints. Impressionistic in feel, her work is a response to the atmosphere and feeling of that moment.
Suffolk Jewels Exhibition
A printmaking odyssey inspired by the architecture, history, landscapes, flora and fauna of Suffolk.
18th February - 6th April 2019, Ipswich Tourist Information Centre, St Stephen’s Church, Ipswich.
Several years ago some of my prints were included in a book ‘Suffolk Jewels’, a collection of work by printmakers exploring the county of Suffolk. This exhibition is inspired by the book.
RBSA All Media 2019
I am very excited to have been selected to exhibit ‘Wave 1’ in the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists All Media 2019 Exhibition.
RBSA Gallery 4 Brook Street Birmingham B3 1SA. 13th March - 14th April 2019
Open Upp Art
From Friday 1st March to Saturday 23rd March there will be a pop up gallery opening up in Uppingham, Rutland. I will be displaying a range of linocuts and oil paintings along with over 20 other artists.
New Gallery in Oxfordshire
I am thrilled that my work is now available from the lovely Wychwood Art Gallery in Deddington, Oxfordshire.
I was lucky enough to be interviewed by the lovely people at Folksy as part of their Meet the Maker series. Read the interview to hear more about my inspirations, practices and how I got into printmaking here