Wind Whip, Charlie Franklin, 2021 | Image: courtesy of the artist


Charlie Franklin

Traversing through long grass, fields of cows and hillsides, our journeys through landscapes are guided by landmarks, signposts and piles of stones. In The Greenway, Letchworth, Mark Devereux Projects presents Fizmers, a new series of works by artist Charlie Franklin. By carving up and marking out the landscape, Franklin plays with our perceptions of scale, space and direction.


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The Greenway

Nr. Hillbrow Recreation Ground
Letchworth Garden City, SG6 3RF

This solo presentation marks the intersection of Franklin’s current Arts Council England funded project, in which she is spending time in residence in a remote rural location close to the Peak District National Park (Derbyshire). Fizmers is the first outdoor presentation of Franklin’s work to date, as she explores the intricacies of paint, sculpture and materials to create this ambitious new work.

Fizmers has been made possible through the support of Arts Council England Developing Your Creative Practice funding and mentoring from Mark Devereux, Kristian Day and Claire Mander.

Further Info

The artwork will be available to be viewed from 11am – 4pm daily

Broadway Gallery |
Broadway Gallery is a visual arts organisation, based in Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire, that supports, develops and presents the work of artists through a dynamic programme of exhibitions, projects and events. By inviting artists and people to collaborate, create, share, and reflect in their spaces and through their projects, they fuel a dynamic programme of art activity that aims to radiate throughout the town and beyond. 

Broadway Gallery’s ethos is rooted in the history of Letchworth – the same experimental vision and radical spirit that drove the town’s early settlers lives on today in its unique community and its ever growing art scene. Broadway Gallery works to sustain and feed this creative energy – supporting the cultural, social and economic growth of Letchworth.

Broadway Gallery operates on a non-profit basis. It is funded by Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation, grants from other organisations, Arts Council England and donations from the public and is supported by a team of dedicated volunteers.