Frank Perrelli is an American painter and screen printer based in Baltimore, Maryland. He has been creating pictures his whole life.
Raised in Dundalk, Frank has lived in DC, San Francisco, and New York. A former arts administrator, he has organized, curated, or participated in numerous grass roots exhibitions, worked for accredited museums, and directed a NY gallery before returning to open his own venue, Perrelli Fine Art & Design (PFAD).
Since the downtown gallery’s closing 15 years ago, Frank works as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. As a former public servant, he created informational materials for Baltimore’s Office of Promotion, the City’s Planning Department, Baltimore’s Mayor, and Maryland’s Governor, and was a founding board member for the Station North Arts & Entertainment District.
Now, Frank provides consulting and is always happy to discuss your organization’s visual communications goals.
When he’s not building websites, or creating printed literature for clients, Frank is screen printing or painting. He lives with his 3-year old mixed lab, Daisy.
For more information, and to view Frank’s design portfolio, visit pfad.com.