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Fiona Tabart

influenced by the motifs and essence of traditional Japanese and Chinese art.


Fiona Tabarts designs and makes in various media and expressions such as stencil cut acrylic and sandblasted form-ply.  She is inspired by the beauty found in the irregularity of natural forms and structures, influenced by the organic patterns and designs of William Morris and the arts and crafts movement, and the motifs and essence of traditional Japanese and Chinese art.



1987 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania



Current – 2008 In partnership with Peter Battaglene in Watermark Design:

specialising in the innovative design and embellishment of prefabricated materials

used in architecture, landscaping and urban design.

Current – 2007 Designing and making a range of jewellery in acrylics

1989 Tutor in Printmaking and Graphic Design at the Tasmanian School of Art, Hobart

Current – 1988 A Director of Inkpot Studios Pty Ltd: a graphic design and screenprinting studio



2012 Merry Margaret ; Despard Gallery, Hobart TAS

2011 Love Lace – International Lace Exhibition, Powerhouse Museum, NSW

2011 Near and Far: Tasmanian Art, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

2009 In Light Relief ; Carnegie Gallery, Hobart TAS

2009 Tasmania 1:100,000 Mapping the Island ; The IXL Arium, Hobart

2007 Alice at the Allport – The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party ; The Allport Library and Museum

of Fine Arts at the State Library of Tasmania, Hobart

2007 Material Girl ; Moonah Arts Centre, Moonah TAS



2012 Launceston General Hospital, Holman Clinic: Art in Public Buildings Scheme

2010 Taroona High School, Hobart: Art in Public Buildings Scheme

2010 Privately commissioned artwork – Pathway, Mt Stuart

2010 Nunn+Associates, commissioned artwork – Montagu Bay Primary School

2010 Dock 4, commissioned artwork – Ringarooma Primary School

2009 Parklands High School, Burnie: Art in Public Buildings Scheme



2011 Public Domain Awards (CCAA) – State Winner and National Commendation

2011 Janet Holmes à Court Grant

1990 Tasmania Arts Advisory Board – Development Grant



2011 Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, TAS



Alice at the Allport, Ceramics Technical No. 25, November 2007, pp. 42-46.



Melinda Rackham, Deep South, Craftsouth Bulletin, Oct 2010, & online at


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