San Francisco artist Kim Frohsin talks to Alexandra Tursi about her latest explorations, clears the air about her association with the Bay Area Figurative School, talks about publishing her first book of art, and details the personal relationships that come from working closely with models.
“I tend to respond to forces around me. In New York, I was feeling really divorced from nature, feeling that I wanted to do a series where I returned to nature, so I decided to explore my feeling of being isolated.”
*The phone number in the first image was blurred to protect the owner of the lost chicken. **Please help the victims of Hurricane Katrina by making a donation to the American Red Cross.
A sampling of artworks by Dan McCarthy
Bedroom Hallway Closet Man After Work One Boy, One Girl, One Drawing Outside Two Boys Two Boys in Bed All pictures are copyright of the artist and may not be used without the artist’s permission. Take it up with them.
Doug is the founder and director of Vision Quest Photo Workshop Center, emphasizing vision and personal expression over camera mechanics.
What does Olympia, Washington have that your town doesn’t? A Sex Workers Art Show, that’s what.