Featured Painting: The Circus
Mischievous and with an insatiable curiosity for food, shoelaces, car aerials, tyres and windscreen wipers, the kea can be both entertaining and a nuisance! Seemingly abundant, Its destructive behaviour, such as eating human food and our part in this, is one factor in its surprising decline. Fiona's painting shows a flock of kea, known as a Circus, happily exploring the contents of a walker's backpack; an entertaining, yet potentially detrimental sight for the kea, as well as the walker's lunch! Contact Fiona to enquire.
Fiona Goulding (AFC) is a New Zealand artist whose finely executed oil paintings have often been described as 'exquisite'.
Predominantly interested in nature and with a passion for conservation and animal welfare, Fiona's work covers a multitude of subjects including birds, animals, flora, feathers and landscapes. Fiona's work has won national and international awards and her work has sold to collectors worldwide.
Fiona is committed to supporting nature. She is a member of Eco Artists New Zealand and is New Zealand's first member of the world's leading artist group supporting the environment: 'Artists for Conservation'.
Browse through Fiona's paintings of birds and animals, flora and feathers and landscapes. You can learn more about the artist, view her prints, and read conservation and animal welfare issues which feature in Fiona's work.
Or simply click on the images below to view her artworks.
"No matter how difficult life can be at times, such beautiful things like your paintings just make my day."
D. Lau, Hong Kong