This show continues until May 7, 2017 at London's Fashion and Textile Museum.
If you're close and you love color - and the voluptuousness of nature - don't miss it!
Some of you may know that I have lived in Hawaii part of my life.
In fact, I started my life there and this exuberant version of color and nature is actually a
necessity of life for me. Like food and love and sunshine.
How though, I had to wonder, did a man whose life was spent in mostly cold and colorless places
develop such a happy affinity with vivid and vigorous forms and tones
and chromatic harmonies that have stood the test of time? And who stands out - from arguably
thousands of other artists engaged in the textile and homewares industries - because of the liveliness of his designs.
The museum also showcases a series of watercolors - mostly still lifes - that Frank did during his
travels - summer holidays off from his work at Svenkst Tenn and gorgeous renderings in watercolor
of his fabric patterns. In which you are able to see just that little bit more of the artist's hand.
It's a delightful show. If you haven't, catch it if you can. If you can't there's more about Frank and his work here, and here, here, here.