About the Artist
Frank Webb is a world-class watercolor painter
who has been self employed as an artist since 1958. He has authored
three books on painting and design, and he is listed in "Who's
Who in American Art", and in "Who's Who in the East".
He is a frequent juror and has conducted painting seminars in
50 states and in numerous locations worldwide.
A recipient of more than 100 major awards, Webb
is a vice president of the American Watercolor Society, and has
been awarded its Dolphin Fellowship.
His affiliations include the National Watercolor
Society, Allied Artists of America, Audubon Artists, and the Rocky
Mountain National Water Media Association. Among his awards are
the Philadelphia Watercolor Society's Crest Medal for Achievement
in the Arts; the Bronze Medal of Honor, the Pleissner Memorial
Award, the Alan Chiara Meorial Award and the Walser Greathouse
Award of the American Watercolor Society, the Sizek Award of the
Butler Midyear, the John Young Hunter Memorial Award of Allied
Artists and the First Award of the Audubon Artists.
His works are in the collections of the Southern
Alleghenies Art museum, the Butler Institute of American Art,
the Palmer Museum of Penn State University,
the Baylor Collection and the Taiwan Art Education Institute.