Old City Hall Gallery

Rose Frantzen
Available Works
Portrait of Maquoketa
Allegorical Figures
Still Lifes

121 South Olive, Maquoketa, IA

Charles Morris
Drawing in Cafes
The Storytelling Tree
Portrait Collaborations
Multimedia Portraits
Codfish Hollow Show
Traditional Portraits

In 2005/2006, Rose Frantzen invited anyone in town to sit for a portrait from life. All of the portraits that she painted for Portrait of Maquoketa were on display at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C. from November 6, 2009 through July 5, 2010. The National Portrait Gallery has posted a video of Rose's Gallery360 talk given at the exhibition in DC, on April 24, 2010. Portrait of Maquoketa was also shown at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa, October 27, 2012 through January 20, 2013.

Old City Hall Gallery, 121 South Olive in Maquoketa, Iowa, features the work of husband and wife artists, Charles Morris and Rose Frantzen, along with photography by Rose's father, Wayne Frantzen and pottery by Sylvia March. Maquoketa is half-way between the Quad Cities and Dubuque, in eastern Iowa, half an hour from the Mississippi River and from Interstate 80. 

Portrait of Rose Frantzen in her Studio, 24x24" oil, by Charles Morris

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