Frank Meuschke received his MFA from NMSU’s Department of Art in 2000. From here, he went to Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture for an artist residency program and upon completion, soon became their Dean from 2001-2003. He has had numerous exhibitions, residencies and teaching appointments. Frank is currently the resident artist at the Cedar Creek Ecological Science Reserve in Bethel, MN (March 1 – Dec. 31). Below is his artist statement from Invisible Present as well as another gallery photo of his work. For more information on this residency, please click here.