Member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.
Francesca is a full time artist based in Cheltenham. Francesca studied at The University College of the Arts in Norwich where she achieved a B.A. Honours in Fine Art. She went on to study at the London Atelier of Representational Art. She then moved home four years ago to set up full time as an artist. She has exhibited across the country including London, Broadway, and York and had a solo show at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. She was nominated to become an associate to the R.B.S.A. in 2017 and elected a full member this year. She has had numerous private and public commissions including the former jockey Jonjo O’Neill, the Bishop of Worcester and the Sword Bearer of Worcester.
Francesca is happy to travel for portrait commissions. She will then meet you for a coffee to discuss your needs for the portrait, including size, composition and colour. She will then invite you/the sitter to her studio. All her paintings are Oil on Canvas.
Email her through the contact page for more information.
List of exhibitions.
The Art House, Worcester, ‘P is for Portrait’, Emalee, January-March 2019
Noott Gallery, Broadway, 3 pieces, June 2nd-30th 2018
Blue Tree Gallery, York, 6 works, June 9th– August 2nd 2018
Royal Birmingham Soceity of Artists, ‘Candidates’, 6 works, April 2018
Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, ‘Start’, Asparagus, 23rd December-10th February 2018
Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, ‘Members and Associates’, Early rain, 23rd November-23rd December 2017
Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, Solo Show ‘A study in True Representation’, 11 works, July 3rd-36th August 2017
Number 8 Pershore, ‘Taste of Open Studios’, oysters July 2017
Royal Society of Birmingham Artists, ‘Candidates 2017’, 6 works, April 2016
Royal Society of Birmingham Artists, ‘Open’ , Pears, May-June 2016,
Mall Galleries, London, Society of Women Artists, Merial and Pip- June 2015
Holt Festival, Holt, Holt Art Prize, Skull, July 2015
Work at Maggs
Francesca also runs workshops at Maggs centre. Maggs provides a centre and ancillary support for people in material or emotional need, and/or who feel socially isolated, and/or who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, in Worcester and its surrounding area.
Francesca has volunteered there since 2015 and taught art there since 2016. In this time she has curated and produced two exhibitions of the service users work. This year, by engaging with the Worcester museum they gained the opportunity to work with the artist Mark Titchner in his show ‘What do we want?’. Mark hosted a workshop and exhibited some of their work in his show. Due to the success of their previous exhibitions Francesca will be curating another in May this year.