Frank Boyden is a highly regarded Oregon ceramic artist and printmaker who has created a stunning body of work based on the flora and fauna of Oregon. Boyden has explored a wide variety of themes in his prints, including animals, the landscape, and most recently, the human figure. An essay by Prudence Roberts places Boyden's work within the context of regional and American art. Ian Boyden discusses his father as a printmaker and book collaborator.
|Publication date:||13th July 2006|
|Author:||Prudence Roberts, Ian H. Boyden|
|Publisher:||Hallie Ford Museum of Art,US|
|Categories:||Painting & paintings, Art styles not defined by date,|