2016 – Bachelor’s of Fine Arts – Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA
2014 – Emerge Boston – Menino Arts Center, Hyde Park, MA
2015 – Massart Assart – Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA
2015 – Handel & Haydn Project – Symphony Hall facilities, Boston, MA
2015 – Learning To Love Myself – Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA
2016 – Senior Thesis Show – Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston
2017 – Future Visions – Gallery 263, Cambridge, MA
2017 – Zullo Gallery’s 23rd Annual Juried Exhibition – Zullo Gallery, Medfield, MA
2017 – Professional Artist Magazine June/July issue
2016 – Illustration Departmental Honors – Massachusetts College of Art and Design
2016 – Faculty Choice Award – Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Member of the New England Watercolor Society
Frank Koran is a Boston based Artist who grew up in Wallingford, Connecticut. He attended Massachusetts College of Art and Design, where he studied illustration. During his studies, he developed a love and admiration for watercolor which he continues to cultivate to this day.
ABOUT THE ART
Our developing infrastructure has made humans interconnected while at the same time equally isolated from what it means to be human. Some might call our elaborate networks and constructs in life a facade of connectedness, while others might celebrate them as a new milestone for the expansion of human consciousness. We indulge in one-way mirrors and closed doors, the other side just out of reach. My watercolors explore the dichotomy between these worlds – physical or not – and the momentary access we have as dual citizens.