Frances Heinrich holds a BA with high honors in Art from Douglass College, Rutgers University, and an MA with high honors in Art History from Columbia University. While at Rutgers, she was fortunate to study with art icons Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Watts, Geoffrey Hendricks, and George Segal: she has found their collective influence to be continuingly pivotal in her life and creative work. Many recent exhibitions of her own work include those at the Newark Museum, Monmouth Museum, the Bernstein Gallery at Princeton University, Broadway Gallery, NYC, and Borowsky Gallery, Philadelphia.

Frances maintains a working studio in Princeton, NJ, and exhibits widely in the tri-state area. She has taught several uniquely designed studio/lecture classes and is active as an installation artist, independent curator, and art lecturer. Frances has given numerous gallery talks, including those at the Monmouth Museum, Princeton Art Museum, and Trenton City Museum. She has also given a series of art history PowerPoint classes for the Princeton Adult School and is frequent lecturer for the Sculptors Association of New Jersey.