Exciting projects in the pipeline

Exciting projects in the pipeline

Such an exciting few months! Four big things happening:


Some of the Flourishing pieces, as well as some new works, will be part of a group show at a beautiful gallery in Auckland next month.


The Frame Workshop and Gallery in Herne Bay.

Everyone is welcome!

Opening night 27 April from 5pm

Show runs 28th April - 7th May

Showcasing my work (Frankie Meaden) alongside brilliant artists: Brad Novak, Brenda Clews, Jemma Ennis and Lizzie Pannell.


Flourishing has been chosen to be part of Art on the Streets, an award-winning program of Downtown Ventures, celebrates the power of art in public places while turning the streets of Downtown Colorado Springs into a yearlong outdoor gallery.

I'll be flying Flourishing over to the US and installing the piece there in May 2023.


Jody and I are working on a large botanical public artwork in the studio, that is going up in Ōtara Town Centre at the end of June. It's going to be so colourful, looking forward to posting some sneak peek's of that soon. We're experimenting with using the materials in a slightly different way, so that the piece can be even more 3D than before.


I thought of a fourth thing. If you're down near Christchurch, one of my pieces is part of a group show PRIDE this month. Great opportunity to experience the texture in person, and potentially purchase.

Arthole at Darkroom, 336 St Asaph street, Christchurch.
March 14th - 25th


Um, yeah, three things definitely wasn't right. Here's a fifth thing: Turua Gallery in St Heliers has one of my favourite ever pieces 'Grateful' on display and available for purchase. Alongside so many talented artists and pieces that I adore. What an honour. <3

Thanks for following my journey as an artist (almost an international artist now! Haha). If you know of anyone looking for tactile, colourful art for their home, please bring them to the PETAL show, April 27th. For the first time, I've made some smaller pieces that will be available.

Frankie x

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