Please join me and 300 other Southern California artists on Saturday, September 12th from 6-10pm for this celebratory one night event! I am pleased to be included in this show to show support for TAM and its 10 year anniversary. Come out and buy some local art - everything will be priced at $100. Hope to see you all there!
I am excited to be included in another group show put on by ARTRA Curatorial at the San Diego Art Institute.
MAS Attack 8 will take place on Saturday, February 28th from 6-10pm in the Balboa Park location of the San Diego Art Institute. There will be 75 artists showing from LA and 75 from San Diego. There will be live music and refreshments, its free, and its one night only, so please come and support us!
Please check out the the San Diego Art Institute's event page on their website for more info:
Hope to see you all there! Here is a sneak peek of what you can expect to see from me.
My new solo show, On The Outskirts, is now up at Apothecary Gallery in Pomona, CA. We had a great opening night last weekend, but in you missed it, you can schedule an appointment to view my work with the gallery or arrange a showing with me through the end of August. Check out their website for info: www.theapothecarygallery.com.
Thank you to all of you who came out to support me!
You can check out some installation shots of my new pieces here.
I just finished my first large scale piece for my solo show at Apothecary Gallery in Pomona, CA. The show opens on Saturday, August 9th, from 6-10pm. This is the first of many new pieces, so check back for more announcements and teaser photos!
This past month I was lucky enough to exhibit my work with Conchi Sanford Curatorial and LGT! Curatorial at Conchi's residence in Fullerton, California. This show offered me a chance to exhibit a brand new series that I have been working on since January. My gratitude goes out to all who helped make this show a success.
Conchi Sanford Curatorial Statement:
"What I have to offer is a show based in my home in Fullerton, CA. The objective is to have 5 consecutive kamikaze art shows in my home in the month of May. For 5 weeks I am converting my residence into a gallery and curating 13 emerging artists into the space. Each week a new show will go up and two new artists will be unveiled. The final week will be a group show of the previous artists plus a few more.
The concept behind “What I have to offer” was spawned from the initial idea of being able to offer more than just myself as an artist and curator, but also offer my home to artists I believe in and offer something more to the public, which then becomes a win - win situation for all involved."
Here are some installation, individual, and detail shots of my work from What I have to Offer.
I am thrilled to be included in this year's MFA edition of New American Paintings magazine! Along with 39 other great artists, my collage and installation work can be found on pages 44 - 47 of the April-May issue. Check it out on newsstands now! You can find it at Barnes & Noble, or online at amazon.com or at http://www.newamericanpaintings.com/issues/111.
Lots of exciting things happening in the studio this past month. I have a solo show coming up in May, and a new series that I am working on. Here are a few sneak peeks of what I have going on. More to come!
We had a great opening this weekend at the Coachella Valley Art Center. Here are some shots of my installation, "Recognition," for LA n CV. The show closes next Sunday, February 23rd. Thank you to Mike McLain for including me with this great group of artists!
I went out to Indio, CA last week and set up my new installation for LA n CV, opening this Saturday from 6-9pm at the Coachella Valley Art Center. Here 's a few sneak peaks of my piece Recognition. Hope to see you all there!
My brand new business cards arrived today! I decided that I needed some new ones to go with the launching of my new site. Let me know if you would like one or a few, I have plenty to go around.
I will be handing out my new cards in the next few weeks, and at the February 15th opening of LA n CV.
Hope to see you all soon!
Kristin Frost is an artist and adjunct professor living and working in Los Angeles, CA. Her work focuses on the connections and the lapses between time, memory, and place.