Alison Frey
Alison Frey’s work dwells in found objects, phenomenological investigation and the happy accident. While exploring the language of painting and what a painting can be, Alison references the natural world: waves, driftwood and sand as well as urban living: graffiti, construction materials, surf and skate culture. The results from these examinations range from recordings of indigo waves on paper to furniture remade from scavenged materials to straight forward abstract oil paintings.

Alison Frey was born in the Chicago area in 1972. She received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute in 2002 as well as a post baccalaureate in 2000 and her BA from the University of Oregon in 1995. She is represented by c.nichols project. Recent exhibitions include Abstraction (Sound and Vision) curated by Joey Kotting at Todd Madigan Gallery Cal State Bakersfield, works on paper inc. greatest hits and selected b-sides at c. nichols project and Potluck at Country Club Gallery, Los Angles. Alison Frey currently lives and works in Venice, California.