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Fiona Philipps

Deep Estuary Waters

mixed media on canvas
101cm x 101cm x 3.75cm

£895
To a Tiny Island

mixed media on canvas
100cm x 100cm x 3cm

£895
On a Still Winter Afternoon

mixed media on canvas
86cm x 86cm x 3cm

£650
Parkgate Marshes

mixed media on canvas
100cm x 70cm x 3.75cm

SOLD

Landmarks

mixed media on canvas
30.5cm x 42cm x 3.75cm

£225
Deep Winter Tides

mixed media on canvas
70cm x 70cm x 2cm unframed

£550
Beside Tidal Waters

mixed media on canvas
70cm x 70cm x 2cm unframed

£550
Sandbank

mixed media on canvas
25cm W x 30cm H framed

£135
Grassy Marshlands

mixed media on canvas
25cm W x 30cm H framed

SOLD

Outcrop

mixed media on board
21.5cm W x 26.5cm H framed

SOLD

Winter Sunset, Winter Marshes

mixed media on canvas
24.5cm W x 24.5cm H framed

£125
Midwinter

mixed media on canvas
60cm x 60cm x 3.5cm unframed

SOLD

Summer by the Coast

mixed media on canvas
60cm x 60cm x 3.5cm unframed

£450
Coastal Waters

mixed media on canvas
40cm x 40cm x 1.5cm unframed

£295
Winter Tide

mixed media on canvas
40cm x 40cm x 1.5cm unframed

£295
From Coast to Coast

mixed media on canvas
100cm x 100cm x 4.5cm unframed

SOLD

Winter by the Coast

mixed media on canvas
100cm x 100cm x 4cm unframed

SOLD

Fiona’s inspiration is drawn, not only from her daily walks beside the estuary with views of the Welsh coastline and through woodlands and fields, but also from her childhood memories and experiences. Her work is a documentation of her emotional response to this landscape, a landscape that has become so familiar to her throughout her life.

More recently however Fiona’s practice has been influenced greatly by the current threat to the greenbelt land and other green spaces of the Wirral.

“There are many proposed developments throughout the borough and whilst I appreciate, very much, the need for affordable housing, it is heartbreaking to think that our precious green spaces are under threat.

I have spent a lot of time reflecting on these proposed changes. If these proposed developments take place it will mean some of the landscape that I have loved for a lifetime will be gone forever.

Aside from the issues of greenbelt some of the changes are more positive such as the sea defences that have been constructed along the promenade. I love the sculptural quality of the defences and the rhythmical form which connects with the tidal water of the estuary and the encapsulated waters of the marine lake. The tidal waters and marine lake provide inspiration for my more abstract work.”