Fiona Elisala-Mosby

Established artist Fiona Elisala-Mosby holds a Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art. She is known for her lino printing, etching, mono printing, weaving, and jewellery-making. As an artist at Moa Arts, Fiona creates pieces that represents her identity, culture and spirituality. In 2018, Fiona was a finalist in the Fremantle Art Prize and received the 2018 Indigenous Art Centre Alliance Lucille Osborne Emerging Artist Fellowship. More recently, Fiona has contributed to various art exhibitions including collaborations.

Fiona’s work has been exhibited at Tarnathi, Art Gallery of South Australia (2019) and at the 150ZK 150ZK Truth Telling: Coming Of The Light Zenadth Kes 150 Years Exhibition (2021) hosted at the Gab Titui Cultural Centre.

Fiona’s work is currently on show at the Gab Titui Cultural Centre as part of the long water: fibre stories exhibition (showing 13 Nov 2021 – 20 Feb 2022).