User:H.M. Talbot/Frank Howell
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Frank Howell (1937- November 1997) was an artist best-known for his depictions of American Indian heritage and the Southwestern United States.
His biography on frankhowellgallery.com:
As an adult, his lyrical, artistic interpretations of faces and landscapes employed a visual representation of the wind as it sweeps across time: past, present and future. He viewed his images as universal symbols, a kind of visual mythology that reaches out and spiritually awakens the observer. Perhaps influenced by his Lakota Sioux ancestry, much of Frank’s work reflected a love and respect for the Native American cultures.