A Westport painter who works in acrylics will discuss how her process has evolved over 25 years during a meeting of the Fairfield County Arts Association on Wednesday evening, April 8, at Roger Ludlowe Middle School.

The presentation by Leona Frank is planned at 7 p.m. in the school's library.

Frank lives and works in Westport and teaching painting to adults and children in her studio. Her paintings are in Yale New Haven Hospital's Smilow Cancer Center, the Westport Schools Permanent Art collection and in private collections, the association said in a news release.

Her representational still life and flower paintings explore the relationship between two-dimensional pattern and three-dimensional form, according to the release.

The Fairfield County Arts Association is a networking club open to amateur and professional artists in all media. Membership costs $30 a year, group exhibition opportunities, a webpage of 20 images of each member's artwork, and a monthly meeting where one artist makes a presentation and gets group feedback.

For more information visit www.fairfieldcountyarts.com or call Alice Katz at 203-259-8026.