An exhibition by Lorraine Frost of recent works including paintings, sculptures, life drawings, etchings, small soap stone pieces, wood, screen prints and a six foot high clay and tyre installation.
Saturday 24 July 2021 2:00PM -
Sunday 29 August 2021 4:00PM
The installation has been created especially for this exhibition! Also on display will be the 'People of Busselton' captured in portraits during Lorraine's time as the artist in residence at ArtGeo.
nothing lasts - live in the moment
nothing is finished - keep open for new possibilities
nothing is perfect - it's an illusion in the eye of the beholder
Lorraine is an internationally accomplished artist whose work is of autobiographic nature, investigating human condition, connection, communication and intuition through play with rhythm, balance, space and materiality. Lorraine describes her works as architectural vessels of personal communication containing seeds of thought; driven by the currents and tides of life, anchoring concepts in reality.
She has worked across many oceans and has been an official sculptor representative for the United Kingdom at arts symposiums in Canada, USA, Germany, Norway and Finland. Her sculptures and paintings are part of several collections worldwide including commissioned works commemorating the 4oth year of reign of Queen Elizabeth II.