Jennie Franklin: Well Done, Good Draw at Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre

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Jennie Franklin: 'Well Done, Good Draw' at Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre – Venture Arts
'POP POP POP' by Jennie Franklin, ink on paper. Venture Arts

Jennie Franklin: 'Well Done, Good Draw' at Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre, Manchester 5 March — 28 April 2019 Entrance is free

Marking Jennie Franklin’s first solo exhibition, Well Done, Good Draw at Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre brings together a new series of drawings on different mediums. Franklin uses imagery and text inspired by flyers, pop culture and emotions alongside simple shapes. She interprets these into intuitive compositions, which appear as an energetic stream of consciousness. Jennie Franklin is a practising artist at Venture Arts, a progressive visual arts studio based in Manchester, working alongside learning disabled artists.

Jennie Franklin: 'Well Done, Good Draw' at Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre, Manchester 5 March — 28 April 2019

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