Frank's art has spanned periods of abstract expressionism, figurative realism, minimalism, and most recently paintings ispired by nature though the landscape and the celestial glory of the heavens. Frank depicts his newest works a parallel universe reflecting the almost infathomable beauty of God's creation linking both worlds together.
"The Heavens declare the Glory of God, the firmament shows his handiwork, day unto day utters speech, and night unto night reveals knowledge." Ps. 19: 1-3
My recent work appears on the surface to be and imitation of 19th Century art. Although I admit that I paint somewhat like dead people, I maintain that this is but one episode in a larger adventure.
Several years ago I began to search for more order and tranquility in my work.
The 19th century writer, George Sand, speaks about this search more eloquently than
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