Frank Cook: Paintings
16 September | 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 11:00am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until 16 September 2018
Exhibition open Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-3pm, from 1 August to 16 September. Free Entry
Frank Cook lives and works in Rugby. His images are diverse and inventively sustained by using a range of materials such as bleach, watercolour, oil colour, relief printing and silk screen printing in complex juxtaposed overlays.
Atmospheric qualities prevail through the use of visual elements where soft light and muted colour are dominant.
The drawings, paintings and prints produced are theme related having links with landscape, townscape, travel, seasonal weather changes at home and abroad, sport, and other images about people make connections through many of his works.
About Frank Cook
Painter, Printmaker, NDD, ATD, M.Phil.
Frank Cook, who has also worked as a teacher, lecturer, examiner and author, has exhibited widely including at Floor One Gallery which is part of Rugby Art Gallery and Museum. Many of his art works have been selected as contributions to Rugby Open Exhibitions.
He was awarded an arts development grant by Rugby Borough Council in 2008 resulting in an exhibition in Floor One about The Regeneration of Rugby and an Architecturally Related exhibition at Riversley Park Art Gallery, Nuneaton. His work features in many private collections and two public collections.
During 2012 he was a runner up for The Jack Goldhill Painting Prize in London. Also in 2012 he illustrated a book, Ozzy’s Quest, a true story exploring a cat’s trials and adventures with his adoptive human family.
For many years he also exhibited regularly at The RBSA Gallery in Birmingham. His work has also been exhibited at Birmingham Art Gallery, Tetbury Music Festival, Worcester Art Gallery, The Heseltine Gallery, Banbury, and been participant in Warwickshire Open Studios and Leicester Art House.