Fiona Freemark’s Hand-cut Photographs

WORDS Michaela Stehr IMAGES fionafreemark.com


Toronto-based artist Fiona Freemark creates photo-based / cut-paper artworks that evoke a sense of curiosity.

Her subject matter ranges from delicate plant life and flowers to broader landscapes and forests, all delicately cut and layered to create completed works of art.

Above and below are just a few of our favourite pieces.

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from my residency at fool’s paradise where jitka, the groundskeeper, left a yellow bouquet in the dining room the day I arrived. it ended up being the subject of a few pieces on rainy and sunny days while they lasted. “bouquet / still life no.2,” hand-cut photograph on hahnemhule bamboo, framed 24”x 25.” my solo show, “in waves,” continues at @diannawittegallery until dec 2nd. . . . This series was created with the support of the Doris McCarthy Artist-in-Residence program and the Ontario Heritage Trust. #cutout #torontoart #canadianart #papercut #shadow #silhouette #photobasedart #landscape #emergingart #soloshow #fionafreemark #cutphotograph #foolsparadise #dorismccarthy #DMAiR #leslieville #bouquet #stilllife #scarboroughbluffs #diannawittegallery @onheritage

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See more of her creations on Instagram.

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