Frances Featherstone. London Bridge.
Dimensions:W: 100cm (39.4")H: 75cm (29.5")
Longlisted for Jackson’s Emerging Artist Prize.
A river of people, a passing gaze reaching out among the transient flows of great self-importance. Angels often appeared above pictures of the City hundreds of years ago and as eternal creatures should be watching us still. Wanting to draw us away from the manic routines of each day in the capital to ask questions about the greater importance or otherwise of our everyday concerns.
Frances Featherstone has a First CLass Honours Degree in Fine Art from the University of the West of England, Bristol.
Already 2019 has started well for Frances, her painting ‘Piccadilly’ has been selected by ‘Artists & Illustrators’ Magazine as part of the ‘Artists of the Year 2019’, exhibition at The Mall Galleries, London 25th February to 2nd March 2019.
At the end of 2018 she was shortlisted for Jackson’s Emerging Artist Prize by the Jackson’s judging Panel with 29 other artists out of over 1300 entries:
She was Pre-Selected for Society of Women’s artists Exhibition at the Mall Galleries London 2018.
She exhibited 2 paintings at The Espacio Gallery, 6-11 March, 2018 for Women’s International Day.
Shortlisted for The Royal Society of Portraiture at The Mall Galleries, London.
She was selected with 26 other artists for the Art Gemini Prize Finalist Exhibition at Asia House, London: