So, enjoy your visit to my website and should you have questions regarding a workshop, content of any of the pages or if you wish to discuss the purchase of a Watercolor by Francese, please contact me at:
 Frank Francese
527 Belford Ave.
Grand Junction, CO  81501

About the Artist - Biography
Frank Francese was born in Arizona in 1951 but has resided in Colorado for most of his life.  He has been a professional artist since 1976 and achieved the groundwork for his profession while attending Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado.
Watercolors came to the forefront of Francese's artistic work in 1983.  His liquid style is unique and distinctive.  Frank enjoys working on a very wet surface, letting the pure color mix itself on the paper.  His shapes are large and loose, often disregarding fine detail.  Frank uses abrupt color changes of the same value with the white of the watercolor paper to bring his paintings to life.  The subject matter for Francese watercolors is always varied, reflecting his national and international travels as well as local western Colorado scenes.

Images displayed on this website are property of Francese Watercolors.  Any reproduction or use of the images without the explicit written consent of the artist is prohibited.

Visitors returning to the site will notice some significant changes to the site and its format.  With the whole world walking up and down the street gazing into smart phones, we are attempting to make the site a bit more friendly to the world of smaller screens.  As such, the number of images on each page of the site has been reduced to enhance viewing detail and accommodate download speeds for all varieties of machines.  (We've got some work to do there!)  In order to allow visitors to view a large variety of my work, I will attempt to change out the images at more frequent intervals.




     For first time visitors to my site, "Welcome!"  The navigation bar displayed in the header lists the title of each page.  "Hovering" over the titles will provide a cascade to additional information where it is available.  The titles will provide a reasonable ‘hint’ as to the content of that page.  Viewing each page in sequence will introduce you my background, the content and conduct of my instructional workshops, a schedule of those events and an introduction to the subject matter which I use for each workshop.  In additional pages I try to share information about new materials and techniques with which I am experimenting, articles regarding past activities outside of the USA and finally, plans for future workshops and special events in which I plan to participate in coming seasons.  The last six pages are dedicated to examples of my work presented in a manner that corresponds to the content of my workshops.  Gallery 6 is new, and portrays some fine images that can be purchased at 'sale' prices.