FIONA ABICARE completed a Bachelor of Fine Art in Sculpture at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne (1994), Honours in Sculpture at RMIT University (1999) and a Masters of Arts in Interior Design at RMIT University (2006). She has been awarded grants from local, state and federal funding agencies, and undertook an Australia Council London Studio residency in 2012.


Abicare has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions including, most recently: Rose Moon, Westspace, Melbourne (2019); A Stitch in Time, Hamilton Art Gallery, Victoria (2019); The World is a Teenager, LON Gallery, Melbourne (2019); The Enigma Code, Sarah Scout Presents (2018); In some places it's illegal to hang your washing out to dry, Sarah Scout Presents (2014); Why not walk backward?, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne (2014); De-Pose, Sarah Scout Presents (2013); Scandinavian Freestyle, Hero Building, Russell Street Melbourne, (2013); Appointments, Sarah Scout Presents (2012); NEW11, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne (2011); ART#2, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Regional Touring (2011); Artist Actor, Artist Auteur, Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne Art Fair (2010) and COVERS, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne (2008-09).


Abicare’s work is held in public and private collections across Australia including those of Monash Univeristy and the University of Melbourne.