Fiona Hawthorne was born in Northern Ireland, grew up in Hong Kong, and lives and works between London and New York.

Well known for her delicate and witty line-and-wash style Hawthorne’s drawings went on to regularly grace the pages of Tatler, capturing the English Season’s polo matches, the Henley Regatta or the tearooms of Harrods. She spent a year as the first artist in residence to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, culminating in a solo exhibition at The Royal Festival Hall. Her love of steelpan music led her not only to learn to play the instrument and to – through drawing steelpan – give exposure to the virtuosity of an instrument often consigned to the margins of mainstream music, but she created and produced “One Thousand Pans” a huge musical installation for the closing weekend of the 2012 Olympic Games.

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