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Frank Howell Artist To View Frank Howell Works

Frank Howell Artist
(July 31, 1937- November 26, 1997)


His lyrical, artistic interpretations of faces and landscapes employed a visual representation of the wind as it sweeps across time: past, present, and future. He viewed his images as universal symbols... a kind of visual mythology that reaches out and spiritually awakens the observer. Perhaps influenced by his Lakota Sioux ancestry, much of Frank's work reflected a love and respect for the Native American cultures.

Howell was one of few artists who became important as a Painter and also recognized as a master Lithographer and Printer. He explored and mastered his varied art media to its fullest, working with pen, pencil, oils, watercolors, acrylics, sculpture, lithographs, mono-types, giclee prints, and serigraphs. Above all, his ability to communicate the Harmony in Mans strength, sensitivity, and unending spiritual significance, were among the reasons for the overwhelming popularity of his work.

Howell's work has been widely exhibited in Museums and Galleries throughout the United States, Mexico, Australia and Europe. His work is in numerous private and corporate collections including those of Garnett Broadcasting, USA Today, AT&T, and Ted Turner's private collection. The country grieved when this Southwestern artist passed on November 26, 1997, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Frank's art, in all its forms, is now sought by collectors and other admirers from all over the world.

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