Fiona Tan is a multi-cultural, cross-disciplinary and visionary woman. Since childhood she has a unique set of gifts, ranging from vision to energy healing and seeing a world beyond the physical realm. Sharing the messages she received weren’t always well understood and she sought refuge in the world of creativity. This led her to infuse her gifts into her art. Her journey of self-discovery brought her to understand the importance of God/ The Light and all that was available through connecting with the divine essence.
After graduating from Parsons the New School for Design in 2006, she broadened her knowledge in the fields of energy, spirituality and well-being. Her interests are as wide as her background: mixing European, German and Netherland, and Asian heritage, Indonesia, China. Her passion lies in creating divine beauty and transformation. She is an artist, transformation and health coach, ordained Minister, Hado instructor.
Combining her acquired knowledge, divine inspiration, unique diversified talents coupled with extraordinary vision she exposes the process of holistic transformation and harmony. Fiona’s radiant creations are called Artceuticals. God/ The Source/ The Light gave her the ability to glorify him and the world. She uses light and energy as a medium to reflect colorful experiences which help induce shifts in the viewer and space by affecting the reticular brain activity and more; a representation of the harmonic capabilities of Light. By combining different mediums and elements together she creates a new reality filled with nature and wonders. Fiona's methodology, Impressionism 5.0, brings to light the cycle of life, often represented by a process of decomposition and reconstruction.
By creating a new experience Fiona helps people, giving them tools to transcend limitations and blockages. Expanding their consciousness and awareness allows people be more in touch with the divine, abundance and true beauty. The state of harmony and happiness truly happens once fears, pains and past have been processed and dealt with. Her goal is to create a new reality for people to connect to themselves, nature and light on a deeper level.
Fiona’s artworks have been added to the Coral Spring Museum. The artist won the Merck Finck & co Private Bank Prize in 2011 and the Futurum Award for her use of digital technology in 2013, became well known through numerous solo & group shows in the United States, Canada, Germany and South Africa.