Fabienne's work is part of private and public collections in the USA, UK, Europe and Australia & she shows work through the Don't Walk Walk Gallery in the UK. Her paintings have been featured in the Evening Standard, the Financial Times, Made in Shoreditch Magazine & Brenda Magazine. She focuses on the physicality of paint and the power of story-telling. For more information www.fabiennejennyjacquet.com & www.dontwalkwalkgallery.com.
Fine Art BA, Central Saint Martins, London, UK.
- The Monster Mash, DONT WALK WALK gallery, Deal, November 2020
- John Lennon is not dead, Stash Gallery at Vout-o-Reenees, London, November 2020.
- Unvoiced, St Augustine Tower, London.
- Short listed for the Evening Standard Contemporary Art Prize 2017, National Gallery
- Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes Summer Salon, London
- The Emerging Woman Painter Prize 2017, Burgh House, London, sponsored by Cass Art
- Studio 1.1, The Human Stain, London
- Studio 73, Turning Point, London
- ING Discerning Eye 2014, Mall Galleries, London
- This Year's Model, Studio 1.1 Gallery, London. Selected by Stephanie Moran, Clare Price, Keran James and Michael Keenan.
- Shape Arts 2013, The Nunnery Gallery, then toured at The Chocolate Factory and Lewisham Arthouse, London
- This Year's Model, Studio 1.1 Gallery, London.
- Leytonstone Arts Trail, Norlington Road Studios and the Stone Space Gallery, London
- From the Shadows, Stour Space, curated by Art Buffet, London
- ING Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, selected by collector John Pluthero, London
- I- SHO, The Gallery, curated by 73women, London
- Creekside Open 2011, selected by Dexter Dalwood, London
- Dou.ble.lives, dup.le.trials, curated by Diana Ali, The Malt Cross Gallery, Nottingham.
- The art of story telling, The Cutting Room, Nottingham
- Keep calm and carry on, Tea Leaf Art, London
- Big Society, Space Station Sixty-Five Gallery, London
- Woman whose Canvas?, Rag Factory, London
- Hackney Wood, The Residence Gallery,London
- Margate Drawn, Harbour Arm Gallery, Margate, Kent
- artWorksOpen, Barbican Arts Group Trust, selected by Graham Crowley and Timothy Hyman, Blackhorse Lane studios, London.
- Little Shop of horror, Elevator Gallery, London
- The Drawing Salon, London
- artWorksOpen, Barbican Arts Group Trust, London
- The Women’s Art Show 2009, Fairfields Arts Centre, Basingstoke.
- Lost Girls, No ID pop-up gallery, London
- Peer Esteem, Five Years Gallery, London.
- The Daily Sketch, Pitt Studio and Gallery, Worcester
- Disposable Fetish, Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts Trust, London.