IN L.A.: Frostig Collection 2011 Series

Juxtapoz // Friday, 17 Dec 2010
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This past Sunday, Artist Gary Baseman and Curator Kate Stern invited me to the preview party for the 2011 Frostig Collection.  The Frostig Collection is an ongoing edition series of sculptures and works on paper created by world-renowned artists.  Proceeds from the sale of Frostig Collection editons are used to fund the vital social skills program at the Frostig Center, a Pasadena non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the needs of children with learning disabilities.

The list of artists involved in previous collections is nothing short of amazing: Ed Moses, Larry Bell, Gary Baseman, Nancy Rubins, Lita Albuquerque and Frank Gehry, to name a few.  This year's artists are Chris Burden, David Buckingham, Gwynn Murrill and Chris Piazza.  There will be a public viewing of the pieces at William Turner Gallery come the new year.  Following are a few images from the preview party.

-Amy Duran


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Artist Brad Howe, Artist and Founding Memeber of Frostig Collection Chris Piazza, Artist Gwynn Murril, Curator Kate Stern, Artist David Buckingham, Artist Chris Burden, Founding Member of Frostig Collection Celia Piazza, Artist Gary Baseman and Artist Nancy Rubins

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Chris Burden Two World War I Tanks

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David Buckingham Frostig Collection

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Chris Piazza Impression

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Gwynn Murrill Cougar 

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Artist Chris Piazza and Artist Gwynn Murrill

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Artist Chris Burden and Artist Gary Baseman

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Artist Brad Howe

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Artist Gary Baseman and Denise A. Gray

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Lita Albuquerque
Nectar

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Michael Kalish
Bloom

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Gary Baseman
The Ultimate Sacrifice

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Nancy Rubins Bronze Sculpture Number One

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Frank Gehry



You can view all of the pieces from the Frostig Collections at their web site: www.thefrostigcollection.org


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