Luke Frost is an abstract artist living in Cornwall, and is the son of the English painter Anthony Frost and the grandson of Sir Terry Frost. Luke Frost explores the pictorial possibilities of colour, the perceptions of colour in strictly formal arrangements which pose the saturation, rhythm, balance and contrast of colour against architectural space.
He was the Seen Cornwall artist of the month for November 2004. His work featured in the "Art Now Cornwall" exhibition, at Tate St Ives, 2007, and he was Artist in Residence at Tate St Ives in 2008 following with a solo show from 24 January to 4 May 2009 . He was included in Painting in Parts at Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, 2011. Luke Frost is represented by Beaux Arts London where he had a solo show in 2010.
- Artists website
- Guardian/Seen Cornwall feature
- Essays on Luke Frost by Matthew Collings, Tony Godfrey, Susan Daniel-McElroy, Michael Klein and others
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