Denise Rudolf Frank's artwork often incorporates vivid colors and dynamic compositions, resulting in abstract representations of the human form and nature. Her paintings are characterized by a lively energy and movement, inviting the viewer to engage with the work on an emotional level. Through her powerful and sensual handwriting, she seeks touch to profound, simmering impulses and brings them to the surface; a process both deeply personal and cathartic. In her practice, she becomes an energy centre that seeks friction with personal and social conventions, rules and established structures– with her temperamental charm and painterly density she dreams her very personal view of the world.
In addition to her solo exhibitions in Austria and Germany, Frank has participated in group shows in Europe, the United States, and Asia. She has also received recognition for her work, including the Kardinal-König Art Prize in 2017.