Artist Background

Sally Frank is a printmaker who lives in Waccabuc, New York. Originally from Chester County, PA, she began making prints at Simon’s Rock College in Great Barrington, MA in 1975. She earned a Master’s degree in printmaking at C.W. Post College in New York in 1981.

From 1986 to 1989 Frank lived in Sao Paulo, Brazil traveling extensively, photographing and painting. She returned to the US in 1989, and began to exhibit her work in galleries in Palm Beach County, Florida. After moving to the Northeast, she began making prints at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT. She served for 6 years on their Board of Directors.

Frank was awarded a residency by the Weir Farm Arts Center in Wilton, Connecticut in 2009. She has exhibited her work at the Weir Farm National Historic Site, the Audubon Society Center of Greenwich, CT and the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT among other venues.

MOMA curator Eva Respini selected her print, Rush Hour for inclusion in the December, 2015, Art of the Northeast at the Katonah Museum. Jennifer Farrell, Associate Curator Drawings and Prints at The Metropolitan Museum of Art selected her large scale woodcut, Landscape Past for inclusion in Paper 2019 at Silvermine Art Center in New Canaan, CT.

In 2018, four large scale woodcuts were purchased by Memorial Sloan Kettering for a new hospital in Bergen, New Jersey. Numerous works have been acquired for private collections.

Frank’s work can be seen at Olley Court in Ridgefield, CT. Her studio is located in Waccabuc, New York.