Fiona Craig is a fine artist and art teacher, painting flora, landscapes, still life and portraits. Her style is contemporary realism, in media oils, watercolours, acrylics, pastels, or mixed media. She enjoys travel and painting the natural environment.
Fiona grew up in the Blue Mountains, in an artistic family. The local bushland environment greatly influenced her artwork, as well as art activities at home and at art workshops and schools.
Fiona has exhibited in galleries, taught art to adults and children, and worked by commission for several decades. Her artworks are in private and public collections worldwide.
2018: Essentia Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
2017: Artshow Chicago: 'Environment', Chicago, IL, USA
2017: The Milk Factory Gallery, Bowral, NSW, Australia
2017: Groshek Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
2017: The Belmont by Reside Living, Chicago, IL, USA
2016: REDSEA Gallery, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
2016: Wentworth Galleries, Sydney, NSW, Australia
2013 - 18: The Milk Factory Gallery, Bowral, NSW, Australia (group shows)
2012: Wentworth Galleries, Sydney, Australia
2009: Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonia, TX, USA (group show)
2008: 'Out from Down Under', Agora Gallery, NYC, New York, USA
2006: Convergence Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, USA
2000: Salmon Galleries, Sydney, NSW, Australia
1996: Linggar Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.
1992: The Bell Gallery, Bowral, NSW, Australia
1991: Beaver Galleries, Canberra, ACT, Australia
1989: Von Bertouch Galleries, Newcastle, NSW, Australia
1989: Holdsworth Galleries, Wollahra, NSW, Australia
1988: Convergence Gallery, San Francisco, CA, USA
1988: Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide, SA, Australia
1988: Greenhill Galleries, Perth, WA, Australia
1987: Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney, NSW, Australia
1987: Von Bertouch Galleries, Newcastle, NSW, Australia
1983: Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney,NSW, Australia
1982 - 2000: Christopher Alexander Gallery, Wentworth Falls, NSW, Australia
1981: Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney, NSW, Australia
1979: The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Margaret Preston. Margaret Olley, Mary Cassat, Clause Monet, Georgis O'Keeffe, Aurthur Streeton, and many others.