Fran Jenkins Legacy

About Fran

Fran Jenkins spent many years in Revelstoke, BC, where she raised two children. She has a lifelong passion for both art and stone, and has been both prospector and working sculptor for over 40 years. Fran was born in 1933 in Uncha Valley, BC, Canada.

The following is only a sampling of Fran’s many projects and exhibitions:

  1. Exhibitions

    • Marion Scott Gallery Vancouver, BC 1979-1984
    • Images, Vancouver, BC 1984-1990
    • Peter Ohler Fine Art, Calgary, AB 1989-1991
    • Center St. Gallery, Jackson Hole, Wyoming 1993-2007

    Museum Exhibition

    Whyte Museum, Banff, AB Group show, 2010

    American National Wildlife Museum, Jackson Hole Wyoming.

    • Life-size Loon, 100 lbs, stone
    • Grizzly Bear, 750 lbs, stone

    Public Commissions

    Grizzly Bear Square, Revelstoke, BC - completed in 1986

    • 1.5 times life-size Bear and Cub in bronze.

    Corporate Collections

    • Grey Cup Awards 1975
    • BC Provincial Governments 1980
    • Manix Construction 2000

    Other Accomplishments

    Fran managed the public art gallery in Osoyoos for 2 years in the early 1990’s. At this time she organized a retrospective of works by Joseph Plaskett.