As a 'visual philosopher', Fi's practice is fed by her fascination with the things we generally can't see like time, love, sound, memory and social history, the things that surround us but cannot be seen.  Not bound by one specific medium, her work can take the form of print, installation, photography, collage, text or the arrangement of more unlikely materials such as flour and bread!

Fi is in her element when creating art in response to a specific site, environment, idea or place; loving nothing more than discovering the hidden depths and human stories of buildings and locations and then translating those inspirations into unique visual outcomes.

Fi's curiosity with 'what went before' has led her on many journeys, both literally and philosophically.  The unique way she processes these 'time travels' results in images and artworks which exude an enthralling sense of calm.  Pondering places, ideas and hidden histories means she creates images with feeling, taking you somewhere you didn't know you wanted to go!  

Although philosophical, I sense an endearing childlike quality and a hint of the whimsical to Fi’s work”.

”Her work speaks for the mute and gives a body to the invisible.

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