Fiona Swapp is a contemporary artist and designer known for investigating the connection between people and plants through her abstract and naturalistic art practice. From an early age, she took an interest in the relationship between plants and the land around the shorelines of her hometown. Fiona works via drawing and painting on paper and linen.
Born in 1965 in Aberdeen, United Kingdom, she studied Art and Design at Ruthrieston College, Aberdeen; a Diploma of Botanical Illustration at the Society of Botanical Artists, St. Albans; and undertook an MA in Fine Art (Painting) at Grays School of Art, Aberdeen.
Her work was recently exhibited at the Trinity Buoy Wharf, London; Glasgow Art Club; Royal Scottish Academy; and the Meffan Museum and Art Gallery, Forfar. The artist currently lives and works in Aberdeen, United Kingdom.