Interview with Elizabeth Frank
a)Tucson, Arizona, USA
a)I think I started making art before I could talk. It was my first form of communication.
a)Wood and mixed media sculpture. Icons for the current times.
a)Nature, ancient civilizations, current civilization, the conflicts between those things, the grace within all animals... including humans...
a)Francesco Clemente, Frida Kahlo, Jonathan Borofsky, Ancient Egyptian Art, Tribal art of the world, and a bunch more
a)There is a partial listing of galleries that carry my work on my website or I can be contacted directly for more information.
a)I am a mixed media artist. I usually start with fallen aspen branches or reclaimed wood. Then I carve and paint it. That is combined with various materials, such as metal, mica, collage and antique photos.
a)Follow your heart.
a)Yoga, spending time with my family, hiking in the desert. cooking, movies, the usual fun...
q) What does music, in its entirety, mean to you?
a)Wow. That's a big question. I look at music as a manifestation of the harmonics of the universe put into formulations that touch our ears and minds and hearts simultaneously.
q) What does art, in its entirety, mean to you?
a)Personally...It's a vocation, a calling which probably began while I was still in the womb. Generally... It is a physical manifestation of the human spirit.
a)There are many but here are a few: