Solo Exhibition, February 2024

Show-stopper, large embroidered tapestry artwork for FULL, work in progress.

Combining her passion for art with a commitment to reducing waste, Frankie’s journey has led to creating vibrant, tactile, oversized embroideries that adorn Auckland's streets and travel as far as the United States. Frankie's art isn't just about aesthetics; it's a powerful tool to raise global environmental consciousness and to celebrate the wonder of colour and joy.

By rescuing banners and street pole flags destined for landfills, and repurposing them through intricate embroidery, Frankie's pieces aim to bring peace and joy to spaces and lives worldwide. Transforming waste materials like recycled plastic rope into stunning artworks. Her work is a global call to artists and creatives to turn waste into art, contributing to a more sustainable world. 

This 2024 collection is titled ‘FULL’. Each artwork is named with a different word ending in ‘ful’, from Wonderful and Thoughtful, to Graceful and Plentiful. Each piece is full of colour, full of texture, full of joy, and full to the brim with flowers.

February 22nd, 5pm
The Frame Gallery, Herne Bay