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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose
American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.
Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.
A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th
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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose
American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.
Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.
A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th
asylum-art:

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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose
American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.
Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.
A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th
asylum-art:

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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose
American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.
Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.
A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th
asylum-art:

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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose
American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.
Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.
A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th
asylum-art:

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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose
American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.
Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.
A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th
asylum-art:

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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose
American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.
Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.
A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th
asylum-art:

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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose
American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.
Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.
A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th
asylum-art:

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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose
American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.
Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.
A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th
asylum-art:

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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose
American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.
Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.
A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th

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Freymuth-Frazier, Rose

American Figure painter and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Rose Freymuth-Frazier left the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for the big city of New York. It was there that she apprenticed under nationally recognized figurative painter, Steven Assael.  Later, her dedicated study took her to Norway to further apprentice under Odd Nerdrum.

Through a technically concentrated body of imagery, her contemporary paintings propel universal messages of many of today’s societal qualms while addressing themes such as sexuality, androgyny and the sensitivities of childhood development.  The detailed composition and cheeky imagination in her paintings is nothing short of impressive, leaving viewers in a state of curious interpretation, admiration and nuanced emotion. Encapsulating the female psyche, Freymuth-Frazier exposes the beast of insecurity, the chains of domesticity and the Freudian slip of every water balloon and smoke-billowing cigar. There in the steadiness of her beautifully rendered fleshy female empowerment, she boldly displays brass knuckles, vintage hair curlers and breast pumps for all to see. From battered beauty queens and seductive homemakers to transsexual sisterhood and castrated unicorn horns, Freymuth-Frazier’s work has certainly earned its patronage.

A collection of her work is on display at Cavalier Galleries Contemporary Realism Exhibition in New York City, which runs April 7th – 30th


forty4vn:

Nghe bạn MIN này từ bài đầu tiên, bài Tìm, thấy hay nhưng cứ kiểu gì đó chưa đủ để thấy thích thú.

Nhưng đến bài này thì thấy có điều gì đó khác, cảm nhận thấy ê kíp đã làm việc vất vả, nghiêm túc và đạt được hiệu quả tốt. Cảm giác có sự đầu tư cao không chỉ ở kinh phí, mà là tâm huyết và tài năng. Kiểu như khi xem không thấy có sạn, không phải là sản phẩm nửa vời, mà là một món ngon hoàn chỉnh.

Chúc mừng MIN và ST.319, họ xứng đáng là những người dẫn đầu.