Analog Color

  1. Since his first solo show at LeBasse Projects, Nate Frizzell has been experimenting with different techniques and media, making a switch from acrylics to oils. The switch amplifies Frizzell's already beautifully rendered figures and animals resulting in gorgeous coloring, clarity, and depth. His themes of self-discovery and examination of the human condition return in the winteresque environment of his solo exhibition 'I Should Know Who I Am By Now.' Frizzell will also debut his first series of sculptures, designed as companion pieces for his paintings.

    After 2009's debut solo exhibit for the artist, this upcoming show has already been generating significant excitement as Frizzell has been focused on producing a new level of work for his return to the gallery.

    'I Should Know Who I Am By Now.'
    New work from Nate Frizzell
    November 6th - December 4th
    Artist reception: Saturday, November 6th, 7-10p
    LeBasse Projects
    6023 Washington Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90232

    Produced by Darin Unke

    Directed, Shot and Edited by Jeremy Asher Lynch

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  2. ‘To Become Myself’ :: New work from Nate Frizzell

    LBP :: Chinatown
    May 13th – June 4th, 2011
    Artist reception: Friday, May 13th 7-10p

    Los Angeles, CA – LA based artist Nate Frizzell opens his third solo exhibition with LeBasse Projects following his two most recent sold out shows. For his new exhibit, Frizzell continues his exploration of self-discovery but changes his medium yet again.

    ‘To Become Myself’ will feature a series of beautifully drawn charcoals on paper – the first time the artist has shown work in this form. By moving away from the canvas and oil painting he has become known for, Frizzell reinvents himself to examine where his artistic and personal future will lead.

    Frizzell chooses to explore his artistic vision and hopes that viewers will follow along on his journey. This exhibit will be the first solo show in LeBasse Projects’ new Chinatown Gallery.

    932 Chung King Road.
    Los Angeles, Ca 90012

    Produced by Darin Unke

    Directed, Shot and Edited by Jeremy Asher Lynch

    Additional Cinematography by Oliver Ferraro

    Titles by James Teague

    Track by Dial

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Analog Color

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Analog Color was created in 2007 by artist/filmmaker Jeremy Asher Lynch.

His goal was to produce a mini-documentary series based on Contemporary Fine Art. Utilizing Jeremy’s knowledge of contemporary art and cinema he aims to provide a cinematic experience that is as educational as it is eye catching.

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