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Frank Howell REUNION white hummingbird framed RARE Signed & Numbered Serigraph

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"Reunion" by Frank Howell





Original Limited Edition Serigraph



Hand signed & titled & numbered by the artist









Image Size: 31"x 39"


Art Size: 47"x 55"


Edition Number: 210/275


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Frank Howell


Artist Frank Howell was born in Sioux City, Iowa, in 1937. He began drawing when he was a young child and painted for over thirty years until his death on November 26th, 1997. Countless collectors and dealers mourned his passing. Whether he painted an Indian face or a landscape, his lyrical interpretations employ a visual representation of the wind as it sweeps across time -past, present, and future. Frank Howell was a self-taught artist. Howell viewed these images as universal symbols, a kind of visual mythology that can be viewed in all of his work.

He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Northern Iowa, did graduate work at the University of Northern Iowa and at the University of Iowa, and studied at the Chicago Art Institute. In addition to being an artist and businessman, his background included service in the Marine Corps and teaching art on both the high school and college levels. In his later years, Frank resided in Santa Fe. Frank Howell was extremely prolific in his artwork, , working with pen, pencil, oils, watercolors, acrylics, sculpture, lithographs, mono-types, giclee prints, and serigraphs. Frank was a Master Lithographer, creating original work on the lithograph stone for short run lithographs, often coloring and pulling the entire edition himself. His original hand pulled lithographs are the most sought after media by collectors that can’t afford his original paintings or drawings. As an extraordinarily skilled artist, Frank Howell widely exhibited at museums and galleries throughout the United States, as well as Mexico. His work is included in numerous private and corporate collections all over the world. He has also been the subject of many magazine and newspaper articles, television profiles, and documentaries.

Also a poet and writer, Howell wrote and illustrated many books, including Gifts of the Crow Messengers, Frank Howell - Monotypes, Frank Howell -Lithographs, and illustrated Many Winters, Past Winters Who Speaks for Wolf, and Stories of the Dream-walkers. Frank Howell’s philosophy of art is probably best expressed in the forward he wrote for his last book, The Art of Frank Howell, which was published in October of 1997, shortly before his death.

A well-known Southwest painter, print-maker and gallery owner, he did finely rendered, etching like portraits of time-worn Native Americans. His goal was to depict the dignity of his subjects. He was born in Sioux City Iowa and raised in a small home overlooking the Missouri River. He studied art and writing at the University of Northern Iowa and taught high school in Iowa. In the late 1960s, he moved to Colorado and opened Breckenridge Galleries. After living briefly in Taos and Colorado, he opened the Howell Gallery in Santa Fe. He was an accomplished photographer, and writer of an art computer program.

Frank Howell was described as "having the remarkable ability to make a person feel that, for a moment in time, they were the most important person in his life. Understand that painting is a wonderful kind of mirror that reflects the inner you, not your external appearance. You will have a sense of a kind of timelessness, a humanness the poetics in all things."

Frank Howell’s work is described as a fusion of the physical and spiritual worlds, the continuum of life. Whether he is painting an Indian face or a landscape, there is a sense of evolving; an evolution of past, present, and the dawning of the future.

“My work is very representational in some respects, and it's kind of explosive and expansive in other respects. I combine these directions, and, really, that's what has been accepted as the uniqueness in my work—it's at the same time contemporary and traditional.”

Subtle earthy colors and sensitive draftsmanship bring to life this philosophical reality.
Howell views lithography as a painter's print medium because of its ability to reproduce the kinds of subtle gradation of values and tonality which are most similar to the variations drawing and paint can provide.

“…my first concepts of a print were in terms of painterly processes. Progressively, as I have gained experience and knowledge, my ideas and approaches to conceptualizing those ideas are more in keeping with the qualities particular to lithography. The delicate washes, crayon textures and soft pencil lines so unique to the medium have become useful and integral ingredients in the formation of my images. I believe that through the communion between the tools, materials, and qualities of lithography and my sensibilities, beauty may be born. It is the communion and my awareness of its potential that perpetuates my search.”

Howell's list of credits is extensive. A drawing series, “Past Winds,” created in 1975, captured the attention of viewers in galleries, universities and museums throughout the nation. He has had over 30 one man shows including a display of lithographs at the Museum of Modern Art in Guadalajara, Mexico. Howell has been the subject of profiles on television, radio and in newspapers and magazines.

The oldest of three children, Howell spent his childhood in Iowa and Texas. As an ex-marine at eighteen, he enrolled in the University of Northern Iowa where he studied ceramics and jewelry making. He has had no formal training in painting, for which he is most widely known.

For six years Howell stopped painting altogether and devoted his time and energy to writing. The technical aspects of his painting may not have progressed during those years, but, his ideas moved forward, he explains, because the source for his poetry and painting are the same. He feels that getting in touch with this motivating force from within is the key to his success as an artist. Many of Howell’s current lithographs and paintings incorporate his poetry within the image, thus, allowing the viewer a more sensitive insight into his creative mind.

Howell taught art for 11 years in high schools and on the college level, before moving to Colorado in 1968 to devote his life to painting, sculpting and printmaking.

















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