Randolph has been represented by the DNA Gallery in Provincetown since 1997.
She has exhibited since 1992, including at The Cape Museum of Fine Arts, the
Danforth Museum of Art, the Attleboro Museum and the Sert Gallery at Harvard's
Carpenter Center for Visual Arts; in NY at the Carrie Haddad Gallery, Ethan
Cohen fine Arts and the" Phoenix Gallery; and in France at Forum Culturel.
Randolph's work is included in museum, corporate and many private collections
in the U.S. and abroad. She is the recipient of multiple awards including the
St. Botolph Club Foundation Annual Artists Award, Radcliffe Traveling Fellowship,
J.L. Murray Traveling Fellowship, Cotemporary Artist's Center Recognition Grant
and a Massachusetts Cultural Development Grant. Her work has been reveiwed in
ArtsMedia, Art New England; The Boston Globe, the Provincetown Banner, Harvard
Magazine, and ArtHouse Magazine in Seoul, Korea.
Randolph combines digital technologies and printmaking techniques. Her Work is primarily created in series; she has exhibited cyanotypes printed via digital negatives, intaglio prints using solarized plates, works on paper with graphite and Giclee printing, and large paintings combined with digital photography.
After receiving a degree in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University, Magna Cum Laude, she traveled through Papua New Guinea on a Radcliffe grant, exploring the interrelationship between culture and village arts. She settled in Sydney, Australia and later returned to the United States, where she taught in Harvard's Visual and Environmental Studies Department for seven years and received her Masters in Visual Arts and Technology. Francie Randolph now lives with her husband, artist Tom Watson, and their two children in an eighteenth Century farmhouse in Truro, Massachusetts.