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Dayton Ohio United Stateshome
Elisha Frontz was born in 1976 and has worked as an artist and a musician in her home town of Dayton, Ohio for almost 30 years.
Elisha graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art with a concentration in sculpture from the Art Academy of Cincinnati in 2004. She has taught art classes and workshops at the Dayton Art Institute and the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, as well as private lessons.
As an artist, I am drawn to the complexity and beauty of systems and patterns found in both the natural world and in mathematics. In my work, I explore these themes through a combination of traditional art materials and the many mediums of fiber art, using a variety of techniques to create intricate and detailed pieces that reflect the interconnectedness of all things.
My art is inspired by the inherent order and balance found in the universe, and I seek to capture this sense of harmony in my compositions. Whether working with traditional fiber arts materials or incorporating new technologies, I strive to create pieces that are aesthetically pleasing and intellectually engaging.
Through my art, I hope to inspire viewers to see the world in a different light, to appreciate the hidden structures and patterns that shape our lives and our environment. Whether examining the delicate veins of a leaf or the tiniest hand stitching of my fiber artwork, I believe that by delving into the underlying systems and patterns that govern the world around us, we can better understand and connect with our place in the cosmos.