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Driftwood Face | Original

Fiona Francois

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The smallest work ever produced by artist Fiona Francois, 'Driftwood Face' is a mesmerizing charcoal and pencil work on paper created for Quirky Fox's 'Small Wonders' exhibition.

As detailed as her larger-scale works, if not more, the piece explores the connection between humans and nature. 

Quirky Fox recommends float framing the work and can provide framing to suit your taste and budget.

Year: 2021

Dimensions: 100mm (w) x 150mm (h)

Medium: Charcoal and pencil

Quirky Fox: Art + Framing

Fiona is a contemporary artist living in Deloraine, Tasmania. Formerly a graphic designer and illustrator with 25 years of experience, she now creates her own unique artwork in many mediums.  With over 10 years of experience in the video games industry as a 3D graphic artist, concept artist and art director, she brings a unique imaginative element to her artwork.  Her work is figurative with a strong emphasis on narrative, often dealing with such themes as environmentalism, social and humanitarian issues and the exploration of the Self.

Her latest work is inspired by the Tasmanian wilderness particularly weathered trees and driftwood. She says about her work: "Nature weathers wood in beautiful and mysterious ways.  We often forget our connection to nature but I am reminded of our shared vulnerability to the ravages of time, weathering and the elements.  I seek to capture the beauty of Nature’s unique and intricate sculptural works of art and share the story of the trees."