Linda Frost

Studio: 954.372.5218




Fine Artist / Animal Activist

- Have ~10 years’ experience creating the full range of Fine Art mediums, from traditional paintings to large-scale, digital photographic works

- Specialized in merging traditional mediums (sketches/hand illustrations, oil/watercolor painting, photography) with modern design techniques (digital art, graphic design, new media) 

- To date have exhibited fine art at ~45 national and 2 international exhibitions

- Highly creative; to date have showcased designs in ~15 industry publications, incl. Lürzers's Archive and PRINT  

- Passionate about voicing animal welfare & activism and broader environmental/social issues, as well as personal self-discovery/growth through art

Highlights: Recipient of 6 national Fine Art awards, to incl.: Topanga Canyon Gallery (Chris Burden) (2006), Baton Rouge Gallery (James Gaddy, Associate Editor, Print Magazine) (2006), Northwest Art Center (Edward E. Pauley, President & CEO, Plains Art Museum) (2007) and Maryland Federation of Art, Juror’s Award (Helen C. Fredrick) (2007) and Palm Springs Art Museum (David Einstein) (2007), ENDANGERED Fine Art & Photography Exhibition, Second Place Award (2018).


Bachelors of Fine Arts, 1992

Tyler School of Art - Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


“Thanking the Monkey: Rethinking the Way We Treat Animals”, by Karen Dawn, Harper Collins, 2008

Studio Visit Magazine, Premier Edition, The Open Studios Press, 2008

Douglas, Theo. “Bright, Shiny, Poppy Things”, The District Weekly, 2007

“U” Art News and Reviews, Long Beach Press-Telegram, 2006

Direct Art Magazine, Volume 13, SlowArt Productions, 2006

Body of Art Book, Willoughby and Baltic Fine Arts, 2006

3rd Floor Magazine, Beyond Megaphones and Cosmos, 2006



“ENDANGERED Art4Apes Fine Art & Photography Exhibition”, Miami, Florida

"Art Fort Lauderdale: The Art Fair on the Water", Fort Lauderdale, Florida


Chief Curator of “Art Trax Studios' Group Show (August 2016),” Art Trax Studios & Gallery, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

“FATVillage ARTWALK,” Art Trax Studios & Gallery, Fort Lauderdale, Florida


“And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon,” Collectors Contemporary, Petro Centre, Singapore 

“Primal,” 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, Florida (three-person exhibition: panel selected)


“ON/OFF: Art in the Digital Era,” Cabrillo Gallery, Aptos, California

“Photomedia,” Glass Growers Gallery, Erie, Pennsylvania

“Your Wildest Dreams,” Studio II Gallery, Napa, California -- [Juror: Lisa Sutcliffe, Curatorial Associate - Department of Photography, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California]

“National Juried Exhibition,” Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, California -- [Juror: Dr. Peter Selz, former Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture Exhibitions, Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York]

“Art and Science,” 2nd City Council, Long Beach, California

“Stories of Work and Survival with Suzanne Lacy,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California

“Works of Art on Paper,” Long Beach Island Foundation of Arts and Sciences, Loveladies, New Jersey -- [Juror: Starr Figura, Assistant Curator - Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York]

“The Tortured Souls,” Wiseman Gallery, Rogue Community College, Grants Pass, Oregon (solo exhibition)

“Echoes: Women Inspired by Nature,” Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, California

“National Show,” Cambridge Art Association, Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts -- [Juror: Thomas W. Lentz, Ph. D., Director, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, Massachusetts]

“Faces of Woman,” Las Vegas Arts Council, Las Vegas, New Mexico

“Music, Art and Word Festival,” 2nd City Council, Long Beach, California -- [Juror: Sara Cochran, Ph. D., Assistant Curator of Modern Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California]

“National Print Exhibition,” University of Missouri-Kansas City, College of Arts and Sciences, Kansas City, Missouri

“Art on Paper,” Maryland Federation of Art, Circle Gallery, Annapolis, Maryland

“10th International,” WomanMade Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

“Women’s History Month Exhibition,” Boise State University, Boise State Women’s Center, Boise, Idaho

“Conditions,” 1078 Gallery, Chico, California (three-person exhibition: panel selected)

“All-Media Exhibition,” Touchstone Gallery, Washington, D.C.

“Paper Works,” Northwest Art Center, Minot State University, Minot, North Dakota

“Dislocations,” Cade Fine Arts Center Gallery, Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, Maryland

“National Art Premiere,” Elmhurst Artists’ Guild Gallery, Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst, Illinois


“Dimensions,” La Jolla Art Association, La Jolla, California

“Crossing Borders Exhibition,” Laredo Center for the Arts, Laredo, Texas

“Utopia,” A Shenere Velt Gallery, Los Angeles, California

“Aha! Epiphanies & Breakthroughs,” Union Street Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

“The Blanche Ames National Exhibition,” The Ames Mansion at Borderland, Sharon, Massachusetts

“Lines into Shapes,” Art Center of Estes Park, Estes Park, Colorado

“September Competition,” Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, Louisiana

“National Media Competition,” The Art Institute and Gallery, Salisbury, Maryland

“Northern National,” Nicolet College Art Gallery, Rhinelander, Wisconsin

“Washington, DC International,” The Fraser Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland

“Current: The Aesthetics of Contemporary Culture,” Baton Rouge Gallery, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

“Intersections: Locating Acts of Courage,” Joyce Gordon Gallery, Oakland, California

“Works on Paper Exhibition,” Long Beach Arts, Long Beach, California

“National Art Exhibition,” Rocky Mount Arts Center, Rocky Mount, North Carolina

“Confessions,” Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, California

“Artists’ Council National Exhibition,” Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, California

“One Fine Exhibition,” One Fine Art Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

“Defining Freedom,” Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Washington

“Juried Open,” Topanga Canyon Gallery, Topanga, California

“International Show,” New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, New Jersey -- [Juror: Patterson Sims, Director, Monclair Art Museum, Monclair, New Jersey]

“Made in California,” City of Brea Art Gallery, Brea, California -- [Juror: Michelle Deziel, Curator, The Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena, California]

“Pacific States Biennial Print Exhibition,” University of Hawaii at Hilo, Campus Center Gallery, Hilo, Hawaii


“All Media,” Irvine Center for the Fine Arts, Irvine, California