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Gallery 224 presents,

Frankie Garr

Stop down by the Gallery in the month of July to see the artwork of ARTservancy Resident,

Frankie Garr.


This exhibition features artwork inspired by

Tall Pines Conservatory in Lake Country.


Artist Reception

at Gallery 224


Join Frankie Garr in person at Gallery 224 Saturday, July 9th from 6-7:30pm as she shares her artwork process and her year inspired by Tall Pines Conservatory 

in Lake Country.


Gallery Location:

303 N Franklin Street
Port Washington, WI 53074


I studied Journalism and Marketing. Pursuing a practical profession that played to my strengths, I settled on a career with a renowned printing company. While I thrived in my career, I also nurtured my avocation.


Over the years I have taken classes and travel workshops in photography, practiced my craft and grew into a self-taught photographic artist.


Until recently, my style of photography has been of a documentary style, often capturing people in their native culture. I have been fortunate to have traveled to over 30 countries and have deepened my love for exploration, learning, and photography.


I have camped in Mongolia, cared for children in a Ugandan orphanage, hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, trekked most of the National Parks, and kayaked in Alaska along the way,


Detail The Magic of Threes, Frankie Garr, 2021.

A collection of images from Frankie Garr's ARTservancy Artist in Residence.


Poppy Bud, Frankie Garr, 2021.

Friends tell me I notice what others overlook. I feel this is my gift as a photographer – having a keen sense of observation and vision through my lens. My photography is a glimpse into my intuitive and sensitive nature. My images reflect a world infused with stories and snippets in time. I have a passion to travel, explore and simply be the seeker, the observer. A quote by an unknown author sums up my photographic philosophy, “You don’t TAKE a photograph, you ask QUIETLY, to BORROW it.”

For my ARTservancy residency I am working with Tall Pines Conservancy (TPC), a nationally accredited, nonprofit land trust focused on preserving the Lake Country region and beyond.  


I chose TPC because of the combination of preserves, watersheds and farms. It feels natural to me. My father had a 40-acre maple syrup farm in upstate Pennsylvania and simply loved being outside. I know his love of the great outdoors has had a profound impact on me. I look forward to working with TPC, serving the mission to preserve and protect the heritage of farmland, water resources and natural open spaces in the area. By using my gifts to observe and “borrow,” I will strive to awaken awareness in others who may or may not realize the treasures we have and the responsibility to preserve them for future generations.





Gallery 224 

Gallery 224 is open!
Wednesday through Sunday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM  


303 N Franklin Street
Port Washington, WI 53074

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