Fiona Vaughan is a visual artist and writer living on Dharug and Gundungurra Country in the Blue Mountains. She has worked as a bush regenerator and photographs conservator and is a bushcare volunteer. Her current art practice includes digital photography and alternative photographic processes. She recently exhibited at Articulate Project Space, Leichhardt with other Blue Mountains artists in ‘Immersion: Conversations from the Swamp Residencies’. Her photographs have also appeared in group exhibitions at Point Light Gallery in Surry Hills, the Blue Mountains Heritage Centre in Blackheath, and in the #everydayclimatecrisis Visual Petition at Climarte Gallery, Richmond. They have also been shown in award finalist exhibitions, including the Olive Cotton Award for Photographic Portraiture and the Hazelhurst Art On Paper Award. Fiona took part in the post-bushfire ‘Recovery’ arts & ecology project in 2021 and her photos and poems appear in the resulting online exhibition at Fiona’s poems have been published in anthologies and one was broadcast on national radio in a documentary called 'Trees I've Loved'. Fiona's creative practice is inspired by the beauty and intricacy of ‘nature’ and a sense of kinship . Learning about ecosystems through observation, conversations and 'desk' research is an integral part of Fiona’s creative practice, as is the process of walking in the Blue Mountains National Park.

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January 29, 2024
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