Frank Haddock
 
Frank Haddock
. . . is one of those rare artists who has been creating and exhibiting his art work for most of his life.  He easily works in all media from watercolour to oil to acrylic.  His work has been described as possessing ‘... an inner life and energy’.  He received his BFA at the University of Alberta in 1984.  Frank has also been teaching for more than 27 years. He teaches at Grant MacEwan University and several other cultural centres in and around Edmonton.  As well as maintaining an active studio career and operating his own art school - the ARTRA Art School.
 
Currently, he operates his own art school and maintains an active studio career.  His work is shown throughout Western Canada and is represented in numerous private and public collections, including the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.   One of his watercolours was included in the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolor exhibition that appeared at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria several years ago.  
 
Frank started his exploration of art when he was a child.  Soon after being shown a simple drawing by his mother he decided that creating images was the job for him.  Frank has studied and explored art in many mediums over the years.  He has been working solidly in the world of art since high school.  Earlier he worked in the commercial art field as well as exhibiting art in many art galleries in Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton.  His work has been seen in “Galleries West Magazine”, “Edmonton Women’s Magazine”, and “Watercolour Artist Magazine (June 2009 issue)”.