From ceramic arts and acrylic paintings to photography and woodworking, FRANK Gallery’s latest exhibit showcases a dynamic variety of artistic disciplines.
The show, “Let’s Be FRANK,” is part of the gallery’s annual member spotlight, which features work from the gallery’s 22 member artists.
“Once a year, we like to break from our regular shows and give them all a chance to show off their new work,” gallery manager Torey Mishoe said.
Mishoe said many of the member artists have been with the gallery since its opening in 2010, and they play a vital role in keeping the business running.
“The members plan and execute everything that’s happening around here,” she said.
“That’s really what this show is about — honoring them and giving them a space to be artists.”
FRANK represents about 100 member and consigning artists combined, all with varying styles, mediums and interests.
Though most of the gallery’s regular exhibits relate to a specific theme, “Let’s Be FRANK” focuses more on the diversity of the featured artists along with the artists themselves.
“It’s a chance for us to see one another’s work, as well as to show the public,” said Keith Allen, one of the artists being showcased.