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Francesca Currie Art Collection

TRINITY HOUSE PAINTINGS
AVAILABLE TO VIEW ONLINE AND IN THE GALLERY

We are excited to be exhibiting a collection of works by new artist Francesca Currie in our Contemporary & Modern Gallery from April 13th. Her work brings a fresh vision and palette to traditional subjects and views. Francesca is a full-time artist based in Cheltenham, studying at The University College of the Arts in Norwich where she achieved a B.A. Honours in Fine Art.

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Francesca Currie Collection
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She went on to study at the London Atelier of Representational Art and has exhibited across the country including in London, Broadway and York. She became an associate to the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists in 2017 and was elected (their youngest) full member in 2018.

Her work combines the traditional techniques of the Old Masters with a modern viewpoint to create classical representational oil paintings with a contemporary composition.

Francesca has been on Sky Arts Portrait Artist Of The Year 2021 and had the wonderful opportunity to paint Sir Trevor McDonald, who chose her portrait to take home as his personal favourite

We look forward to sharing Francesca Currie’s art with you.

Francesca Currie New Artist

‘When you buy something from an artist, you’re buying more than an object. You are buying hundreds of hours of experimentation. You are buying years of frustration and moments of pure joy. You’re not buying just one thing, you’re buying a piece of a heart, a piece of a soul… a small piece of someone else’s life.’

Francesca Currie - Man On Bike
Francesca Currie - Peeled Satsuma

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT FRANCESCA CURRIE OR TO MAKE A PURCHASE, PLEASE CONTACT US.

01386 859 329 | [email protected]

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