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Frank M. Serrano

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Legacy Gallery
7178 Main Street
Scottsdale , Arizona 85251
United States

Company Description: The Legacy Gallery was founded in 1988 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Legacy Gallery is a premier gallery serving both individuals and corporations regarding the...   more

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About Us ~ The Gold Medal Exhibitions, 27 Jan 2011 [cached]
SARA CAMPBELL, Ph.D., Chief Curator, Norton Simon Museum of Art; JESSICA TODD SMITH, Virginia Steele Scott Curator of American Art, Huntington Library Art Collection and Botanical Gardens; MICHAEL ZAKIAN, Ph.D., Executive Director, Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Pepperdine University, Malibu; PETER ADAMS, CAC President; DAVID GALLUP, CAC Vice President; JEREMY LIPKING, Signature Artist; DANIEL W. PINKHAM, Signature Artist, Board of Directors, Mentor Program Chair; GAYLE GARNER ROSKI, Executive Board, Collectors' Circle Chair; FRANK M. SERRANO, Artist, Gold Medal Chairman; and MIAN SITU, Signature Artist
Frank Serrano, Plein Air Artist, Plein Air Oil Paintings of the American West, California Plein Air Painter, Signature Member California Art Club, Waterhouse Gallery, Fine Art Gallery Santa Barbara, California, 11 April 2011 [cached]
Frank Serrano Frank Serrano, Plein Air Artist, Plein Air Oil Paintings of the American West, California Plein Air Painter, Signature Member California Art Club, Waterhouse Gallery, Fine Art Gallery Santa Barbara, California
Frank M. Serrano
Contemporary landscape artist, Frank M. Serrano was born in Los Angeles on November 29, 1967. He developed an early interest in art and nature, studying throughout his school days, but is largely self-taught. His natural talent eventually gained him a lucrative career as a freelance commercial artist. After his success in the commercial sector, in the early 1990s Serrano decided to pursue his passion for traditional oil painting and has since developed a strong following of admirers, both nationally and internationally.
Serrano, an avid outdoorsman, is recognized for his keen sense of atmospheric observation and ability to spontaneously interpret his personal connection with nature onto canvas. In 2003 he completed writing and illustrating the book, Plein Air Painting in Oil, published by the Walter Foster Company, which serves as a handbook to budding plein air artists and collectors of this genre of landscape painting. He has also served as plein air painting consultant for Walt Disney Studios and has taught at the Disney Academy in Burbank, California.
Serrano travels widely throughout North America painting scenes from the desert southwest to the beautiful far reaches of the Alaskan wilderness. A hallmark of Serrano’s work is his unique talent for capturing the hazy atmospheric mood characteristic of the west.
“Painting on location enriches my life... and the paintings do not exist as mere pictures, but as a journal through which I can express all my senses.” Although the majority of Serrano’s painting is done on location a la prima, he also works in his studio creating larger paintings from his outdoor field sketches. He believes the only way to learn to paint is from life.
Frank M. Serrano is an Signature Member of the California Art Club.
Activities ~ Collectors' Circle Dinner, 15 Oct 2005 [cached]
Host Martin Ransohoff jokes with CAC Gold Medal Chairman Frank Serrano and CAC Executive Director Elaine Adams.
Exhibitions ~ 95th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition, 23 Dec 2010 [cached]
Peter Adams, D. Scott Atkinson, Sara Campbell, Ph.D., David Gallup, Donald Hildreth (Co-Chairman), Wesley Jessup, Peter Keller, Daniel W. Pinkham, Vic Riesau, Gayle Roski, Frank Serrano (Co-Chairman), and Christopher Slatoff.
Each contemporary work was juried into the exhibition by a professional panel of museum curators and art experts including D. Scott Atkinson, Chief Curator and Curator of American Art at the San Diego Museum of Art; Sara Campbell, Ph.D., Chief Curator at the Norton Simon Museum of Art in Pasadena; Wesley Jessup, Executive Director of the Pasadena Museum of California Art; Peter Keller, Ph.D.; President of the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art; as well as the following members of the California Art Club: Peter Adams, President; David C. Gallup, First Vice President; Daniel W. Pinkham, Mentor Program Chairman; Victor D. Riesau, member of the Board of Directors; Gayle Garner Roski, Collectors' Circle Chairman; Frank M. Serrano, Gold Medal Chairman; and Christopher Slatoff, Sculpture Chairman.
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