"Franklin Ross Drake, (1929-2001): by an old friend and occasional accomplice," by David Sellin.
In a career spanning the second half of the twentieth century, the art and life of Franklin Drake (Bud) are inseparable. They can be generally measured by decades, in bursts of activity in Philadelphia and its rural environs and Woodstock, N.Y., and Manhattan, punctuated by excursions (courtesy of the U.S. Army) to Korea and Japan, and through Europe (supported by awards won in competition), summers in Ogunquit, Maine, and on the road to Texas. His whole life was a work in progress and, like his art, subject to periodic revision and improvement, and always an adventure. For an orderly chronicle of that life se
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