Stuart Ian Frost
Wood, cork & foraged materials
Frost creates site-specific installations from natural, and often foraged, raw materials. He draws inspiration from local geographical features and the raw materials themselves, but also often looks to incorporate the culture and architecture of the context.
Frost’s artworks seek to present nature in an unfamiliar, yet illuminating way, encouraging the viewer to challenge their own perceptions of the materials. His large-scale sculptures playfully incorporate pattern and organic shapes to transform the raw materials, giving them a newfound vitality.
Example works & projects
To fully appreciate the subtle qualities of each artwork, the Artist has produced a small selection of sample artworks for our art consultancy, available to loan on request.
About the Artist
Stuart Ian Frost is a British artist who is based in Norway. After studying a BA in Fine Art, Frost completed his MA in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art in 1986. He has been the winner of numerous awards, grants and stipends, as well as being a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors (UK), and regularly lectures at universities worldwide.
Frost’s work has been shown at solo and group exhibitions around the world, including in Australia, Scandinavia, the Middle East, East Asia and Europe. Frost also exhibits his sculptures in the outdoors, creating site-specific projects commissioned by prestigious projects and institutions. His artworks can be found in public collections globally, including in Norway, Italy, Australia, Sweden, Mexico, the UAE and Saudi Arabia.