Loyola University Maryland

Department of Fine Arts

Current Exhibitions

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Carol Miller Frost:
Perception of Light
 

Inner Light by Carol Frost

Agitations of the Dark Web by Carol Frost

September 6-October 2
Reception: Thursday, September 15, 5-7 p.m.

Carol Miller Frost’s work is all about the presence of light. The paintings are large fields of atmospheric color. Whether the color is light of day or the dark of night, the paintings invite you in to another space.

Carol Miller Frost, a Baltimore based artist, received her MFA in 1986 from Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD.  Recent exhibitions include: Shifting Light, C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore MD; Abstraction: Finding The Thread, VisArts 2014; Flow and Shift, VisArts, 2013; The Summer Show, C. Grimaldis Gallery, 2013; Body Work, Stevenson University, 2010; MICA at Rochefort, Maryland Institute College of Art, 2010; and from the center: LINE DRAWING, C. Grimaldis Gallery, October, 2009. Saffron Robe by Carol Frost

Her work is in the Collections of Prints and Drawings, Baltimore Museum of Art and The University of Richmond Museums, Richmond VA; Exelon Corporation, Baltimore, MD; Certus Bank, Greennville SC; Market Place, Louisville KY; Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore MD; Texaco Corporation, LA and numerous private collections.

Frost was awarded a Franz and Virginia Bader grant and a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award in 2013.  Previously she received Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Awards in 1995, 1996, 2002.