Donated by the artist and Andra Norris Gallery


Theda was drawn from life in pencil; inks added later. The paper is a fine beige Canson paper.


12.5″ x 11″

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For 29 years, Kim Frohsin has worked as a singular, studio fine artist, with her interdependent interests involving primarily painting, drawing, printmaking, encaustic, collage and photography. Earlier in her career, Kim’s figurative work was often labeled as being akin to the “3rd Generation Bay Area Figurative.” Private drawing sessions with female models has been a vital practice to the gestalt of her work. This collaborative ritual, begun in 1994, is a source for inner grounding and focus; she feels that this “Practice” acts as baseline from which the rest of her oeuvre originates. She describes her work as eclectic and highly autobiographical. She defines herself as a versatile, multi-disciplinary visual artist, continuously pushing boundaries, evolving via personal successes and challenges, to give meaning to her creative existence.


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