Francine LeClercq completed her education in interior architecture and fine arts with honors from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg/ France. Recipient of the Ritleng Prize, she was invited to collaborate on works with the International architect/artist/designer Gaetano Pesce in New York.
Her work is grounded on the thematic of perception and the tectonics of painting and has been exhibited in galleries and museums in France and the United States. She has had the privilege to see her work selected by eminent curators such as Peter Blum/Peter Blum gallery, James Cuno/Art Institute Chicago, Lynne Warren/ Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago, and Maxwell Anderson / Whitney Museum, to mention a few.
She has lived in New York City since 1992, where aside from painting, she practices architecture and design.