Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Spotlight: Frank Eber

San Pedro Police
watercolor, 10" x 14"
Frank Eber

With a background in illustration, Frank Eber has worked in a variety of media but now concentrates on watercolor. From urban to pastoral scenes, San Pedro to Provence, he conveys the moods of the places he paints using beautiful tonal washes and lively brushwork. His entry into the Transparent Watercolor Society of America show this year won the Anne and Samuel Seeman Memorial Award, and he also won Second Place at Paint San Clemente in June. He is a Signature Member of the National Watercolor Society and teaches watercolor workshops in the greater Los Angeles area.

Frank's blog is informative and well-written and his website gives an excellent overview of the range of his work. Please stop in and check them out.


  1. It is a very beautiful, serene and well put together scene - one of those paintings you could look at again and again, and see something new each time.

  2. Chris, thanks for sharing Frank's work. very fabulous. And congratulations to you for NWS signature status...so well deserved!

  3. Kathryn, I hope you can take a look at some of his other paintings - they're all very compelling.

    Julie, glad you like Frank's work and thanks for the kind words on my signature!!


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