A piece of Fiona Neal original art, painted and designed exactly for your space brings an energy like nothing else. Whether you are planning the interior of your new build, or wanting to bring some vitality into an existing space, your custom painting will add incredible impact, create a focal point and work with your existing design to pull your space together.
Priding herself in her personal connection with clients, she will keep you informed and involved in all aspects of her process, from inception and palette decisions, and with regular images throughout the evolution of the piece. Once started, commission timelines are typically 6 to 8 weeks.
Limited commission appointments available annually. Contact Fiona directly to book your first, no obligation consultation, either in your space or remotely.
Wings | 84 x 60 (Diptych) | 2019
This diptych hangs in a gorgeous family home in a South Kelowna neighbourhood. With careful consideration for the existing line and decor in the space, Fiona created a piece with beautiful complimentary line and structure. Her inimitable style is evident in her line-work, layering of colour and tonal transition. It shows spectacularly on a large wall, and can be seen from the kitchen, dining and living areas
Ascension |48 x 102 (Triptych) | 2019
Her largest piece to date, this triptych was commissioned by clients who had already purchased work from Fiona and trusted her to create a piece that would not only complement the existing painting they had, but provide a show-stopping focal point in their home.
Waves | 60 x 84 | 2018
The first of two commissions for a beautiful home in South Kelowna, this huge waves inspired piece was painted to specifically pull together some of the design colour choices in the home. It energises, without overwhelming the calm and serene decor. Hung in the entrance hallway, but still visible from vantage points in the living area it provides an excellent focal point to the foyer of this home.
Mist | 48 x 60 | 2018
A second Commission for the same clients gave an opportunity to play with a calmer energy. A With a monochrome palette the emphasis for the representation of energy/emotion is on textural markmaking, and form. This piece played with depth and ethereal qualities, and shows wonderfully in the living space.
Perception | 30 x 72 (Triptych) | 2017
Multi panels are a great way to work with a large horizontal wall. This triptych was Commissioned for a brand new home, high in the hills above West Kelowna. The home has a minimalist design throughout, and the client wanted the artwork to be the main pop of colour and a visual focus. Bold contemporary colour choices, and an energetic flow worked extremely well with the structural lines in the build and the piece has price of place in the dining area.
Spectacular | 48 x 48 (x3) |2017
This trio of 48 x 48 pieces were commissioned for a 27 foot mezzanine wall in an Edmonton home. Although the pieces complement one another, They are individual paintings rather than a triptych.
Crescendo | 24 x72 (x2)/ 48 x 48 | 2016
Another trip of paintings for an incredible home in Kelowna. The client was remodelling and wanted to pull her massive space together. The strategic, flow design and placing of the paintings around the great room, created a visual directional pull, culminating in an eruption of energy in the 48 x 48 show stopping piece that was hung on a magnificent stone fireplace. This project was a great example of how contemporary pieces can also work in older homes. The energetic colour and form gave the client what she wanted to update and energise her home.
Vitality | 48 x 120 | 2016
This 5 panel piece was designed and painted for a semicircular foyer wall in a magnificent lakefront home in Kelowna BC. The clients had seen previous work at shows, and needed an artist that could work to design something specifically for this space. By selecting canvas size that would hang perfectly on a curved wall, Fiona was able to produce a piece that accentuated the curvature of the wall, brought a wow factor to the entrance point of this home.
Embers | 48 x 48 | 2015
This large square piece was the first of several commissioned by the same clients for the remodelling of their casa Loma property. Stairway walls can often be bare, largely under-utilized spaces. This large work provides a magnificent warm glow, seen from many aspects of the home.
Prelude | 18 x 72 | 2015
A black and white commission for the same collector. They wanted a piece for over a white couch and had admired Some of Fiona’s movement study sketches. This piece took it’s starting point from a dance sketch, and the forms retain much of movement and musicality from the original sketches. subtle grey tones, along with signature block work provide fluid yet strong directional energy.