ABOUT
Fiona Clarke
Art by Fiona Clarke

Fiona Clarke
Fiona has achieved so much, and is always out to find the next project ! Her Husband, Kenneth McKean, also an Artist, has supported Fiona with  projects and assisted when ever he can. Together they have made a great team. Fiona has worked with many Artists, including renowned New Zealand sculptor Chris Booth.
In 2005 Fiona's Talent was in demand having been invited three times consecutively to exhibit solo; firstly in the George Lance Gallery, at the Warrnambool Art Gallery, secondly in the Birrarung Gallery at the Melbourne Museum and thirdly in the main foyer entrance of the Royal Woman's Hospital. 
In 2006 Fiona was invited to exhibit her work for the Commonwealth Games Exhibitions, "Tribal Expressions", where her work was displayed in the major Games exhibition, "Black Box" at the Victorian Arts Centre.
In 2008 Fiona completed an amazing design called the "Eel Story" in collaboration with Kate Gane commissioned  by Warrnambool which is now embedded into the concrete floor of the "Brophy youth Complex".  In 2015 Fiona and Kate collaborated once again with a laneway project as part of Warrnambool's public art strategy which was completed in mid-June and a wall Mural along with Ken McKean for the Colac Otway Community Centre. 
Fiona is also Chairperson of the Tarerer Gunditj Project Association Incorporated which she and the Tarerer committee are revamping the popular Aboriginal Festival, wtih her husband Ken McKean, Tarerer Event Manager, which saw Archie Roach headlining and Neil Murray closing the Showcase in 2015 at
The Lighthouse Theatre.
In June 2016 Fiona was commissioned to do an art work for the South West Health Care Cancer Centre. 
Following in the footsteps of her immensely respected Father and Aboriginal elder Banjo Clarke (Dec) her proudest moment was to open the renowed Port Fairy Folk Festival with Welcome To Country in March 2016.
Fiona Completed her Diploma in Studio Textiles at Warrnambool South West TAFE in 1993  then in 2011 completed her
Advanced Diploma of Art and Design
Fiona is currently studying a dual Diploma of Business and Diploma of Management through the Institute of Indigenous Australia.
Fiona's Childrens book -
Minkgill Chases the Rainbow.
Published by OneDayHill
2012

Fiona with Archie Roach
Tarerer Showcase Chairperson
2015

Fiona opening for
Port Fairy Folk Festival 2016