Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Fiona Channon

Artist: Fiona Channon

Abstract Art - Two Ways - Surrey Artist Fiona Channon - Oils, Inks and Drawings

Abstract Art – Two Ways

Image Size: 57cm x 68cm
Art Medium: Ink, Pastel and Pencil on Paper
Price: £280 including frame

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Fiona Channon

Paintings in Oils and Inks and Drawings

Phone: 01276 691 324
Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

Fi Channon has been passionate about painting and drawing from an early age. As with many artists, what initially started out as a hobby, soon evolved from painting purely for pleasure to creating pieces of artwork for friends. The transition from hobby to possible career had begun. To fund this effort, a more commercial enterprise was required resulting in Fiona setting up her own greeting card company for a short time.

Later, in an attempt to gain direction, Fiona decided to study graphic design at Farnborough Technical College. However, this was to be cut short by a car accident. It was during her recuperation and moments of solace that followed that she began to channel her artistic abilities. Working mainly in pastel and charcoal, Fiona was able to use this medium to express her own personality and inner self.

Fiona’s fascination and understanding of the human form has resulted in her producing many portraits and commissions for private clients.

Today, Fiona works mainly with pastels and inks. Her inspiration comes not only from the physical world and her experiences from the various places she has lived, but also from the spiritual world, through meditation, expressing her charismatic personality and her inner self. She creates each painting in a meditative state – being guided by feeling and intuition. The results are varied and rich and explain the different styles she produces.

Art Group / Exhibitions

Sunningdale Art Society and Farnham Art Society

Having lived in Greece with her family for nearly 9 years, Fi has now returned to England and is developing her art. She continues to produce new works and holds exhibitions around the country.