Michael Frank Art Collections
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Artwork by Michael Frank
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Metropolis by Michael Frank
Lone Ranger and Tonto Ride Again by Michael Frank
A Night at the Muny by Michael Frank
World's Fair Pavilion by Michael Frank
Dark Exile by Michael Frank
An Evening at the Muny by Michael Frank
Honeymooners by Michael Frank
Monsters by Michael Frank
Art Hill by Michael Frank
St. Louis Zoo by Michael Frank
Luxembourg by Michael Frank
Happy Hollow by Michael Frank
Beaches of Cancun by Michael Frank
Metroplis 3 by Michael Frank
Judy 1 by Michael Frank
221 B Baker Street by Michael Frank
Meet Me at the Muny by Michael Frank
Judy 2 by Michael Frank
Dorothy by Michael Frank
Duke by Michael Frank
Film Noir 1940's by Michael Frank
Characters of Pulp Fiction by Michael Frank
Fireflies by Michael Frank
Little World Chapter Full Moon by Michael Frank
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About Michael Frank
Michael Frank has been painting for over 35 years. He has developed his skills from attending many artist workshops and some college, but mainly from studying the works of the "Hudson River School" artists of the mid to late 1800's. Some of their landscape locations were very exotic, but it really didn't matter. Because of their attention to detail, coloring and strong direction of light, you would think that you were looking at a magical place, while in a magical moment. That's what I strive to acheive.
Michael considers himself a representational luminous painter of landscapes & seascapes. He usually starts with the grisaille method of painting with a monotone painting over a white or bright yellow canvas. He then starts adding layers upon layers of colored glazes to give his work a glowing effect. His subject matter comes from his travels all over the world, but mainly from his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. Michael feels "Forest Park and Shaw's Botanical Gardens offer unlimited sources for subject matter.
He also has developed a series of "Little World" fantasy paintings where imagery comes more from his imagination. These depict nature with birds, turtles, toadstools and even fish, against a mysterious fairy tale like setting of forest brooks and waterfalls. His "Forest Never Sleeps" series depicts small creature life in the forest with a night sky and full moon backdrop.
Michael has won numerous awards and is a juried member of the Greater St. Louis Artist Association. Many of his works can be seen at several galleries in the St. louis area.