a photo-journalist in Europe, she was a staff photographer
for Gruner & Jahr. Her publication credits include Twen,
Eltern and a cover and lead article for France’s Réailtés.
The magazine Geo profiled her lifestyle in California in
a performance artist in the field of mime and magic, she was
featured on Italian television at Carneval in Venice, and appeared
in Sunset Magazine. Frankl worked
as a professional magician in the magic capitol of America,
Las Vegas, NV.
courtroom art has been aired on CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, WGN-TV
and Talk America, and has taken her all the way to the United
States Supreme Court.
is a graduate of Stanford University; she holds a BA in art
and languages. Aside from being born into a world of
art and aesthetics, her only formal artistic study was a one-month
summer camp at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture
in Skowhegan, Maine where her work won honorable mention for
both artist and author of Lust for Justice, Frankl combines
her painter’s eye with her passion for law and human
drama to bring readers a front row seat to J. Tony Serra’s
extraordinary style in the courtroom. The style of art in this
book is unique to courtroom art.
More information about Lust for Justice can be seen on the
Frankl currently resides in Santa Fe, NM where her art is seeking
out the heart of landscapes of the southwest, the soul of pets
and the passion of polo.
on Paulette Frankl's Blog