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David Brayshaw
Ivars Jansons
Craig Davy
Herman Pekel
Chris Kandis
Judy Talacko
John Bredl
Rosemary Todman 
Charlie Tong
Sian Dodd
Jim Van Geet
Claire McCall
Ron Hancock
Linda Weil 
Regina Hona
Fiona Anderson
Annee Kelly
David Chen
Kendall
Rodney Symmons
John Stroomer
John Whitelaw
Robin Phillips
Joanne Seberry
Tamara Sewoff
Lyn Mellady
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Fiona Anderson

 

 

Moms Shoulder by Fiona Anderson SOLD

 

 

Fingers and Toes by Fiona Anderson SOLD

 

 

 

Nothing to Do by Fiona Anderson SOLD

 

 

 

The Three Meerkateers by Fiona Anderson SOLD

 

 

 

Fiona Anderson SOLD

 

 

 

 

Fiona Anderson BVSc(hons)

Fiona is a practicing small Animal Veterinarian. Brought up on the edge of Melbourne,she was surrounded by a menagerie of wildlife,pets and farm animals,helping her to develop her interest in the animal world .Ducks were early subject material then later the enthusiasm turned to horses both to ride and to draw.Art took on a back seat as Fiona completed a University Degree in Veterinary Science with honors.There was simply no time even to sketch with long work hours first in country Victoria then working in a busy Melbourne welfare hospital.It was only after leaving this busy hospital,and the gift of a box of pastels,she started to draw and paint again.Fiona is actively involved in the Wildlife Artist Society of Australasia,the Pastel Society of Victoria and Friends of the Zoo Art Exhibition.She has also had work accepted for the 2006 RSPCA Wildlife of Australia Calender.You can find Fiona’s work at Flinders Fine Art Gallery and Sorrento Fine Art Gallery.



 

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