Current Artists

Britt Freda

2015 Artist

2015 Artwork Work for Sale

Bighorn Sheep
Painting – Acrylic and graphite on panel
36 x 24 inches
Starting at $3,900.00
Paintings and Sculpture Show & Sale
Sealed Bid , Lot #169

About the Artist

Britt Freda paints conceptual questions in layered wings of pollinating insects, dissolving animals, or abstract seeds. The subjects of Britt's paintings are the focal point for her questions about humanity and our relationship to nature. She holds degrees in fine art and writing from St. Lawrence University. She also studied at Lorenzo de' Medici Institute of Art in Florence, Italy, under South African artists Rose Shakinovsky and Claire Gavronsky. Born and raised in the mountains of Colorado and New Mexico, Britt currently lives on Vashon Island, Washington. Her work is in galleries in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Santa Fe, New Mexico, Tulsa, Oklahoma and Scottsdale, Arizona.

Past Artwork (Since 2012)
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Spotted Owl Pair: Looking Forward and Back
Painting – Acrylic and graphite on panel
36 x 24 inches
Ursus Horribilis, in Gold and Red
Painting – Acrylic and graphite on panel
12 x 9 inches
Seen and Unseen (Northern Spotted Owl)
Painting – Arylic on Canvas
12 x 9 inches
2013 People's Choice Award
Luminous Barn

Painting – Acrylic on Canvas Panel
12 x 9 inches
Sketch for Ursus Horribilis
Sketch – Graphite on watercolor paper
17 x 13 inches
Greater Sage Grouse
Sketch – Acrylic and Graphite on Panel
12 x 12 inches