Preferring to show her work as a collection, Frances has a major exhibition every two years and a range of work on display year round in her gallery in the Buttermarket in Enniskillen. Her paintingscan be found in public and private collections and commissions include President Mary McAleese and Belfast City Hospital.
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The Alley Arts and Conference Centre is a state of the art theatre complex, art gallery and conference centre based in the heart of Strabane, County Tyrone. Offering top class entertainment, artsdevelopment and conference facilities, the Alley Arts and Conference Centre is now recognised as one of the leading arts and conference venues within the North West of Ireland.
The Cowley Cooper Gallery is located in Pump Street in the Cathedral Quarter of the City of Derry. It is housed in a beautiful Georgian building which was formerly known as the Good Shepherd Convent.The building is now shared by a collective of crafts, antiques, vintage clothing and of course the art gallery.
Void is a contemporary art space with up to 6 exhibitions per year showing the work of established international and Irish artists. A key element to the gallery is the Void Engage programme, whichplaces participation, engagement and learning at the heart of Void, making contemporary visual art accessible to visitors of all ages.
Millennium Court Arts Centre houses two purpose-built gallery spaces and has been described as one of Northern Ireland's premiere art spaces. MCAC is a young, fresh and experimental arts centrefocusing on contemporary visual and verbal arts. MCAC's principle funders are Craigavon Borough Council and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.