Francie Grace's giclée print originals are alive with bright colors, occasional bursts of words, moments of joy, humor, reflection and inspiration, and above all, emotion. Francie is an artist, writer,  poet,  journalist, and more, and has been selected for juried shows in New York City and Connecticut.

About the Artist

Exhibitions include 2019-2023 Carriage Barn Arts Center exhibits in New Canaan (CT) including their Artist Talks discussion series and Art in the Windows (2023); the 2023 Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut-sponsored Human Connection exhibit in Danbury and CAWCT's 2021 Colorblind online exhibit; the Wilton (CT) Library Summer Shows (2016-2023); the Bendheim Gallery 2018-2022 Art to the Avenue preview shows and other exhibitions in Greenwich (CT); vendor at the 2022 Wilton (CT) Summer Sidewalk Festival and at art exhibits in 2020 and 2021 in New Canaan; exhibiting artist in the Wilton (CT) Arts Council Focus '20 Photography Show;  a 2018 exhibit at the Ridgefield (CT) Playhouse; a 2018 solo show in Danbury as part of the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut's Accessible Artists program; a 2017 Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition exhibit; and a 2016 exhibit at the Maritime Garage Gallery in Norwalk (CT).

Francie is also the creator of custom art inspired by individual lives, and, collectible art mugs. She is currently working on a series of books of poems, photographs and art, beginning with a salute to New Yorkers and the city they call home.

Art isn’t the only form of communication in Francie’s tool box. Among her many pursuits: social media strategy and public speaking about health care reform, sparked by an award-winning career as a writer, editor and producer, including at CBSNews.com, the CBS Radio Network and 1010 WINS News.