Fiona Mackenzie was born in Inverness . She lives in North West Ross-shire, along the rugged coast of Gairloch, where she also has her studio, an excellent setting for inspiration. Earlier studies include a Master’s degree in History of Art at Aberdeen University – which led to gallery research in London on Eric Gill’s erotic prints and poetry.
The North West Highlands are renowned for their wild beauty and Fiona has found much to inspire her. This is reflected in her current body of work that covers a variety of mediums and subject matter.
Fiona’s work is varied, including driftwood word art, which has a minimalist quality; sea life and landscape paintings inspired by the wild and beautiful area in which she lives. Fiona covers a wide variety of subject matter in her Sea life paintings as the sea has a wealth of fascinating wildlife.
Fiona collects and paints driftwood from the rugged coastline near her home, the different journeys that the pieces of driftwood have made across the sea mean that no two are the same. They often have small pieces of early Celtic poetry on them which she also studied at Aberdeen.
For more information please see the artists own website Fiona Mackenzie
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