Frank Costantino, an award-winning architectural illustrator for over forty-five years, is also an accomplished watercolor painter. Frank is a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society (N.E.W.S.) and an elected member of the Salmagundi Club of New York, as well as a number of Boston regional art associations. Frank helped found and participated in the Plein Air Vermont (PAVT) competition. He has been selected and won awards in Plein Air Easton in MD, the Cranford, NJ Plein Air Festival, the Castine Plein Air Festival, ME, Glynn Arts Association Plein Air Affair, GA, the Arnould Gallery Plein Air Painters Show, in Marblehead, MA, and the Marginal Way Preservation Fund Invitational, Ogunquit, ME. Invited by Plein Air magazine, Frank was a demo artist and field instructor for the Plein Air Conference & Expo in Monterey, CA. He was also Juror of Selection for the Ocean Park Plein Air Event in Maine, and Juror for the Art Association of Nantucket Plein Air Festival, and Juror for many local art associations over the years. Invited by Boston’s National Park Service, Frank participated in its 100th Anniversary by painting watercolors of Boston Light, which celebrated its own 300th Anniversary. He is also artist and exhibitor at the Mayor’s Rose Garden annual fundraiser for the City of Boston, and regularly invited by many artist’s groups for his lively, informative demos. He has also been commissioned for portraits, homes, weddings, and other special projects for his expanding clientele. For over 25 years, he has conducted intensive watercolor workshops at all levels of skill. Articles on his work have been published in Fine Art Connoisseur, Plein Air, Cape Cod Life, Points East, and Boston magazines, among others.