Francie Klopotic is an Augusta, Georgia visual artist who works with acrylics, graphite, colored pencil, oils, and oil pastels, creating brightly colored portraiture and artwork influenced by her love of the Pop Art movement. She makes art that is inspired by the musicians and artists who have influenced her life from childhood. Her favorite visual artists include Peter Max, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Yoko Ono, and Alex Katz. In 2019, Francie began showing her work in group exhibitions and had her first solo show in 2020. Over the past several years she has made art on commission for enthusiastic collectors located across the United States. Francie was shortlisted for the Augusta Poster Show in 2021 and 2023 and was invited to join the artist collective Artzilla in 2021 where she painted live during the ArtsCity Festival. In 2023, she had two solo art exhibitions and was chosen by jury to paint a piano for the Jessye Norman School of the Arts. She is currently creating a body of work for an upcoming solo show and a two-woman exhibition. Examples of her work can be found at the Art on Broad gallery in downtown Augusta.