Francee' Bouvenir had took a back seat from pursuing her artistic talents so she could deal with the real world as a single mother. But she never phrased herself out as an artist and who passed her talents on to her children. When they became older, Francee' resumed her endeavors as a multidisciplinary artist who utilizes her talents to advocate for civil rights and social change. A collaborator creative and visual artist who incorporates her talents as an author, poet and performer. Francee' began telling stories from what she saw on television, to her classmates when she was about 8 or 9 years-old. Also, she became interest in poetry, written some of her own and presented a few while still in elementary school. Then in her sophmore year at an all girls private high school, Francee made her first acting debut. Scripts that were done from the Carol Burnette Show and from students. Not only she done acting, she went to cosmetology school to study: hair, skin and nails. Then while in high school, students and faculty noticed that Francee' had a gift in art. Francee' had to draw pictures as an assignment from her biology book that she made them so real. Francee stills kept a strong connection with her artistic talents. She continues with her performances in acting and musical, writes books (poetry and children), poet performances, paintings, drawing, photography, mixed and decorative acts. Francee' is willing for a fee negotiate.
Profile Type: Artist
Francee' Bouvenir-Tales, Arts & Creations