Fiona Moes Pel’s artistic practice is rooted in drawing: the graphite line, the cut line, the soldered line, the collapsing line, the overlapping line. Her artwork is anchored in a curiosity around the embodiment of light and time as these phenomena relate to embodied experiences. She is curious about the relationship between the physical and the mystical, the seen and unseen. Central to her work is a consideration of how experiences of the metaphysical can manifest materially. She is currently investigating how we experience, capture and perceive the multidimensionality of time.
Fiona has a Master of Fine Arts (Emily Carr University), Bachelor of Fine Arts (University of the Fraser Valley) and a Bachelor of Education (Simon Fraser University). She lives with her husband in Vancouver, BC where she makes and teaches art. Her work has been exhibited and collected both locally and abroad.