His beginning art works were oil paintings of a series of sailing ships. His father encouraged him to continue painting and drawing, and in later years, his interests turned to drawing North American wildlife with pen and ink and charcoal sketches. Frank takes pride in the details of his sketches depicting the animals in their natural poses. His travels have taken him to the northern woods of Maine and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.
In 2000, Frank retired and now resides in Franklin County with his wife, Priscilla. They have two daughters and one son. Now, a day of his time is spent fishing in Lake Carmi, bird hunting with his dogs Patches and Maggie, and devoting more time to his passion for art. The majority of his art works are custom framed by himself using local hard and soft woods.
Frank is a great outdoor enthusiast and aquaculturalist, having raised different species of trout while living in Maryland. In the spring and summer, Frank enjoys being outdoors working in his gardens. You can find him at a local ski area in the winter as a certified instructor.