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Kelly Frank

Her Majesty


Oil paint and Acrylic on canvas

120 x 120 cm.

Image courtesy of the artist

Kelly Frank is a British painter whose figurative paintings explore the themes of identity, memory, and relationships. In the production of her works, she regularly rotates the canvas and employs layering to morph and weave figures together. Referencing family photos and iconic images from pop culture her work is both autobiographical and anthropological.

As Kelly says, “my fascination is with the conflict between our inner and outer worlds as individuals, families, and communities. Using orientation and surface my paintings have multiple perspectives that reveal unsettling and conflicting meanings”.

You can see Kally’s work at her solo exhibition ‘Still Lives’ at Deeney’s cafe.

Venue 204; Deeney’s Cafem 360 High Road, Leyton, E10 6QE
Sat, Sun, 9am-4pm, Mon-Fri 8am-4pm


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