Noted for his brightly coloured prints and collages, Anthony Frost's works are created from a mix of materials, including acrylic, hessian, sail cloth and string, and make repeated use of lines, triangles and dot motifs. Chance effects are important part of his creative process, in both the application of paint and the way that materials and mark making can change each work in unforeseen ways.
Abstract painter Anthony Frost was born in Cornwall in 1951 and is the son of celebrated British Modernist Sir Terry Frost. Anthony studied Fine Art at Cardiff College of Art, and has lectured at Falmouth School of Art, Canterbury School of Art, the University of East London and Anglia Ruskin University. His work was included in the Art Now Cornwall exhibition at Tate St Ives in 2007, and he has been artist in residence at the Cyprus School of Art, Cyprus, Montmiral School of painting, Tarn, France. His work can be found in collections and major public galleries worldwide.