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Tue, 02 May


Pages & Sips

Fransie Malherbe Frandsen

Fransie Malherbe Frandsen is a fine artist, writer, illustrator and much more. She will share with us the role creativity held throughout her life journey and her passionate advocacy of healthy parent-child attachment, a theme explored in her children’s book series.

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Fransie Malherbe Frandsen
Fransie Malherbe Frandsen

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02 May 2023, 08:30 – 10:00

Pages & Sips, Grand-Rue 37, 1204 Genève, Switzerland

About the event

Fransie Malherbe Frandsen is a fine artist, writer and illustrator. She was born in Cape Town, but lived and studied in several countries, before settling in Geneva. Fransie’s background is in Graphic Design and Art Psychotherapy.

Fransie’s fine art work has been internationally acclaimed, exhibited throughout Europe and included in Art Anthology 2022, a book showcasing upcoming contemporary artists. Fransie takes inspiration from her childhood in politically challenged South Africa as well as her diverse cultural exposure and her experience working as an art psychotherapist with marginalised individuals. Fransie’s work has recently been described as Artivism, the use of artistic expression to activate awareness and social change.

Fransie has also successfully written/illustrated and published a series of children’s books, called Alexander’s Questions. During her practise as an art psychotherapist in London, Fransie worked with vulnerable families and children and focused mainly on attachment and bonding between parents and children. The importance of parent child-communication, which is the essence of healthy attachment and bonding, is an underlying theme explored in her illustrated book series.

Fransie writes extensively for the UK press and converses on BBC Radio on subjects close to her heart, such as youth mental health, attachment and bonding, and the importance of reading with children.

Instagram: @artfox.bookwolf



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