Graphic Fine Art Degree from Canterbury KIAD
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Fiona Hamilton is an Illustrator and Designer currently based in Bristol. She graduated in 2002 with a degree in Graphic Fine Art from Canterbury. Since graduation she has worked in a variety of roles within the Art and Design Industry.
The majority of her work is for small independent arts organisations, magazines and galleries. She is a regular contributor to local arts magazine Decode and has been in a number of publications including Metro, Venue, Bulb and Grafik. She has exhibited her work extensively in the South West and London with a notable solo exhibition in London's Cherry Jam.
In 2003 she was Visual Arts Coordinator for the Bath Fringe Festival's Visual Arts. She created the identity and art directed the campaign and exhibition programme.
She currently runs her own business, a gallery in Bristol called Soma which she opened in June 2004. Drawing on her varied experience she set out to create a friendly, inviting gallery showing a wide variety of art forms. Fiona's background in Print and Illustration creates the main focus for Soma and recent graduates work is shown alongside more established artists. Past exhibitors include Anthony Burrill, Lucy Vigrass (Peepshow), Paul Willoughby, Richard May and Jon Burgerman. She exhibits her own work in the gallery.