Iowa State To Welcome Artist Rose Frantzen

Rose Frantzen is creating a mural for Iowa State University’s Gerdin Business Building, which will be unveiled later this year. Photo: Ivy College of Business

Iowa artist Rose Frantzen will speak about her recent works, creative process and more at Iowa State University’s Gerdin Business Building at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 4. The speech is timely, as one of her murals will be installed later this year in the recently added gallery in the building.

Frantzen is from Maquoketa and gained international acclaim for her oil paintings and depictions of landscapes, still lifes and figurative works. If you’re interested in other Frantzen creations, check out her exhibition, “Perceptions of Identity: Paintings by Rose Frantzen,” which is on display in Iowa State’s Morrill Hall through July 30. Admission is free, with a recommended donation of $8.

Frantzen’s speech will have limited audience capacity and requires pre-registration. To register, click here.


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