Fran Webster

Haslemere, United Kingdom

This series started by accident. Suffering from insomnia I started to scribble in a sketchbook. Then I began to doodle as I saw...

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In July 2012 I completed a Fine Art degree at The University for the Creative Arts, Farnham. A very challenging, interesting and stimulating course.

Prior to that I was a teacher in South Africa and Zimbabwe, but came to England because of the financial crash in Zimbabwe.

Now I am trying to reinvent myself and do something I really love.

The Gazoonka Folder showcases a few drawings done to conqure insomnia. I have completed approximately a hundred drawings. I have also taken these drawings into colour and they can be viewed in the Fantasy folder. I have two books on blurb that showcase my latest work. Do take a look.

Do visit my new website

The ‘Gazoonka’ project is keeping me busy. I am pursuing the idea to see these images used in creative writing.

Thanks for stopping by.

  • Visit my Solo Exhibition.

FRAN WEBSTER – Solo Exhibition & Personal Interview-


Find me on Facebook to see more of my art in my photo albums.

A moment of glory for one of my paintings.(right at the end of the video) Hope for Justice & the Fourth Plinth

The Zimbabwe Series

The Portrait Series

The Fourth Plinth Series

The Eye Series

The Female Nude Series

The Animal Portrait Series

The Impressionistic Series

  • Joined: July 2009


My Solo Exhibition in African Art at Heart.

”My Solo Exhibition in the African Art at Heart Group”:
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hope for justice & the fourth plinth

Please spare a moment to watch the video on our hour on the plinth. / now on ‘You tube’ /
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Welcome to a friend from Zimbabwe.

Please welcome a friend, Susancottrell, who has been so dear to my step daughter Michelle, and Bill and I, for years. / She is living in Victoria Falls, and has a heart that sings with the sights and sounds of Africa. I am really looking forward to seeing some of her great work on Red bubble. All tips welcome!
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I had a God kiss today.

The day dawned bright and beautiful with the gentle breeze dancing on the ripples of the lake. The lake, not too big by Canadian standards, lapping the ‘cut-very-nicely-by Ali-grass’ at the bottom of the garden, is just spitting distance (If you are a good spitter like Ali, my son-in-law) from the verandah. / I made the monumental and very brave decision to go for a swim. Brave as I a…
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