Frank Lupo

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Artwork
The Lunch Club, 2010, gouache on watercolor paper, 44"x 60"
Water under the Brooklyn Bridge, 2008, gouache on watercolor paper, 44"x 60"
Bridgeport, 2009, gouache on watercolor paper, 44"x 60"
Tanker Auction, 2009, gouache on watercolor paper, 44"x 60"
Watermill, 2009, gouache on watercolor paper, 44"x 60"
Frank
Lupo
Artist's Statement

My love of watercolor began in 1983 while traveling on a 6 week architectural fellowship through Italy. I would stop each day at a villa or garden and execute one or more small watercolor studies. Over the past three years I have moved my painting indoors to my studio. I have also moved to gouache, opaque watercolors and have increased the scale of my work from 5"x7" to 44"x 60". The work for the most part has moved on to capturing fleeting moments that are based on odd images from my personal life over the years that I have collected on polaroid, cell phone camera and in newspaper clippings. I enjoy the challenge of creating these moments in this medium and at this large scale.

Bio/Resume

EDUCATION

1983 Yale University, Masters of Architecture
1974 University of Cincinnati, Bachelors of Architecture

VISITING CRITIC

Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
New York, New York

Pratt Institute
Brooklyn, New York

Yale University, Yale School of Architecture
New Haven, Connecticut

University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Fine Arts
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio

ACADEMIA

July 1991 - August 1991,
Faculty Lecture Series, Pratt Institute, School of Architecture
New York, New York

January 1990 - June 1990,
Visiting Professor Harvard University, Graduate School of Design
Cambridge, Massachusetts

January 1986 - June 1986, Instructor Adjunct
The Cooper Union, Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture
New York, New York