Frank Munns Retrospective Opening at Marmot Art Space
Marmot Art Space hours: Fridays, 3 to 8 p.m.; Saturdays, noon to 8 p.m.
Frank ran Whitman College’s Donald H. Sheehan Gallery for years. He bounced back and forth from San Francisco – where he was exposed to cutting edge art for decades – to Walla Walla – where he was born and raised and helped to run the family farm business while doing important things like helping to found the Walla Walla Frenchtown Historical Association.
Frank earned his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and was able to use his connections to bring giants of the art world like Diane Arbus, Judy Chicago, and Wayne Thiebaud to Eastern Washington. He exhibited at one of the finest galleries in the Pacific Northwest – the University of Washington’s Henry Art Gallery – as well as various San Francisco spaces. He is an Artist Trust grant winner.