Fiona Winning is a visual artist, coach and workshop facilitator living in Bristol

My work is sometimes serious, sometimes playful, but always about prompting or nudging people to look at the world around them in a different way.

Having first trained as a painter, my focus was mainly on painting and printmaking, my work now includes a more socially engaged way of working, looking at possibilities for real time encounters, by devising propositions for people to engage in actions that encourage creative participation, discussion, community, reflection, imagination and change.

I do not look for resolution, in fact, that is rather the point. At times serious, at times playful, my work is about relationships and what it feels like to live in this world. I have worked and continue to work in the education and personal development sectors alongside my art practice. I graduated with a BA Fine Art Painting from Winchester School of Art.



fionah.winning@gmail.com –  twitter @thefionawinning – instagram thefionawinning

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Work in Collection

  • Stephens & Scown Solicitors, Exeter.
  • Prestige Properties, Sherborne.
  • Goody, Clancy & Associates, Boston, USA.
  • Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP.
  • Other private collections in the UK, France, Canada, Tokyo, Vietnam, Sweden.

Qualifications include

  • B.A Fine Art (Painting)  Winchester School of Art
  • City & Guilds FAETC
  • R.S.A. Diploma Theatre Studies
  • Certificate in Counselling Skills  (Bristol University)
  • PGCE Secondary Art (University of Exeter)

Career history includes

Alongside my art practise ….

Trainer & Facilitator – With a commercial training organisation, leading 1, 2 and 3-day courses for professionals and small business in; Communication skills, Assertiveness Training, Negotiating Skills, Self-Presentation Skills, Basic Counselling Skills.

Tutor & Facilitator for Adult Education – running courses in Assertiveness Training, Effective Parenting,(The Parent Network) Women Returners, Residential courses in Confidence building for short term unemployed, Life skills for disadvantaged and disaffected young people on work experience, Outreach work, working with vulnerable people in sheltered accommodation. Occupational Art for users of day centres.

Counsellor – Within a GP setting and private referrals, relationship/health issues.

Art Teacher – Secondary & primary schools.

Tutor & Facilitator– In a prison setting. Group work for; Addressing offending behaviour issues, Motivational Skills, Accredited Art courses.