Phil Frost, ‘"Priority", USPS Priority Envelope with Drawings’, ca. 1990, VINCE fine arts/ephemera
Phil Frost, ‘"Priority", USPS Priority Envelope with Drawings’, ca. 1990, VINCE fine arts/ephemera

"Priority"
Felt-tipped pen on USPS Priority Envelope.
11.4" x 14"in. (29x 36cm)
Condition: Excellent (see pics)

Signature: Signed

Acquired directly from artist.

About Phil Frost

Entirely self-taught, Phil Frost produces mixed-media paintings, works on paper, and installations of found objects—including baseball bats and barn doors—that pulse with energy. His aesthetic is as mixed as the materials with which he works and reflects his keen sense of design. In a series of recent works, including Untitled (37) (2009), Frost layers lacey, white, abstract patterns over intricate backgrounds that feature images of African mask-like faces, scribbled words, and passages of vibrant color. A pantheist, he expresses his spirituality through heart-like shapes that recur in his works.

American, b. 1973, based in New York, New York