Monday, November 22, 2010

In the spotlight: Nate Frizzell.

Nate Frizzell (featured in Hunt and Gather-discovering new art) is celebrating the recent success of his sold out solo show at Lebasse Projects in Culver city, plus a new print release with A Paper Tiger. His career as an artist has seen a steady growth since the start, he has greatly improved in his style and technique and today I would happily say he is one of the top new contemporary "realist" painters around.

Here is a nice text about his current solo show:

"Since his first solo show at LeBasse Projects, Nate Frizzell has been experimenting with different techniques and media, making a switch from acrylics to oils. The switch amplifies Frizzell’s already beautifully rendered figures and animals resulting in gorgeous coloring, clarity, and depth. His themes of self-discovery and examination of the human condition return in the winteresque environment of his solo exhibition ‘I Should Know Who I Am By Now.’ 'To See Her Like You'd See A Star' was one of our favorite pieces from the show and we are very happy to bring you a limited print, exclusively at Paper Tiger."

Watch a video about "behind the show" from Nate's most recent solo at Lebasse projects in Culver city LA. Have a look at the show HERE

Nate Frizzell 'I Should Know Who I Am By Now.' from Jeremy Asher Lynch on Vimeo.

Check out his website for more work and info at /


Karen Martin Sampson said...

Nate's work is incredibly beautiful and sends a message without being preachy. Love that!

Anonymous said...

His new Work is Soo