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Fiona Hepburn

Biography

Born 1983

Education

2004-2006 Royal College of Art, London, MA Fine Art Printmaking
2000-2004 Grays School of Art, Aberdeen, BA Fine Art Printmaking (first class honors)

Awards

2009 Printmaking Today Award
2009 St Cuthberts Mill paper prize
2009 Intaglio Printmaker purchase prize
2007 Peacock Visual Arts Residency Award,
2004 Royal Scottish Academy Printmaking Prize
2000 James Riley Memorial Award

Publications

2008 ‘The Folio Suite 08’ box set, Grays School of Art
2006 ‘Diversions’ box set, Royal College of Art.
2004 ‘Box set 2’, Grays school of art, Aberdeen

Solo Shows

3 - 6 February 2011

Watercolours and Works on Paper Art Fair, Science Museum, London SW7.

Intricately created lightboxes created with electro-illuminescent paper by Fiona Hepburn with The Cynthia Corbett Gallery

Group shows

2010
‘Festival of Paper’, BHVU, London
‘BHVU open’, BHVU, London
‘Open Studio Show’, London Print Studio, London
2009
'Royal West of England Academy Open Print Exhibition', Bristol
'Royal Academy summer show’, Royal Academy of Arts, London
‘7th British International mini print exhibition’ London Print Studio and touring UK
‘Originals 09’ The Mall Galleries, London
‘Encounter at SE1’, Southwark Playhouse, London
2008
‘The Folio Suite 08’ Grays School of Art, Aberdeen
‘Aberdeen Artists Seventy-fourth Exhibition’, Aberdeen
‘Originals 08’ The Mall Galleries, London
‘Black Light’ UCLH, London
‘Reveal’ Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh
2007
‘Just Print’ Peacock visual Arts, Aberdeen
‘Eye play’ Bankside Gallery, London
‘Election’ Art First, Cork Street, London
‘Hot’ Collyer Bristow Gallery, London
‘I ♥ PRINT’ London print studio, London
‘Scottish Printmakers summer show 2007’, Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow
‘Latitudes’ Inverness museum and Art Gallery and touring Highland galleries
‘Aberdeen Artists’ Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen
‘Im not a tourist, I live here’ Penwood House, Oxford
‘Small print; Big Impression’ Touring show in England and Wales
2006
‘A6 Christmas Exhibition’ Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen
‘Postcard Exhibition’ The Surface Gallery, Nottingham
‘London Artists Book fair’ ICA, The Mall, London
‘Direct Line’, RK Burt Gallery, London
‘Art on Paper’, Drawing room, Art First, Cork Street, London
‘Starting a collection’, Art First, Cork Street, London
‘Royal Academy summer show’, royal academy of arts, London
‘Platform for art’ Public art group show, in conjunction with London Underground. South Kensington, Charing Cross and Earls Court tube stations
‘Lets riot’ Café gallery, Southwark Park, London
2005
Interim Printmaking Show RCA, Kensington Gore, London
‘A5’ Peacocks Visual Arts, Aberdeen
‘RCA Secret’ Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London
2004
‘Box set 2’ RK Burt Gallery, London
Royal Scottish Academy Student Show, RSA, The Mound, Edinburgh

Reviews

2009
‘Printmaking Today’ volume 18 – No 4 Winter
TO ADD AS PDF
‘Origins of Species’ box set, Invited artist – MA Brighton University
2004
RGU news review, The Robert Gordon University, 12/3/2004
Leopard Magazine June/July2004
 
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