Lindsay Frost

Lindsay Frost

Raised in Minneapolis Minnesota, the daughter of actor Warren Frost, and Virginia, a teacher, along with both of her brothers who are now writers, the arts were a major part of all of their lives, but initially the visual arts seemed to be Lindsay’s calling.

In high school, she studied under the impressionist painter Hazel Belvo and wanted to follow that passion to art school. It was her love of the stage however that ultimately changed the course of the next twenty-five years of her life. She attended drama school, and upon graduation, was cast on the daytime serial As the World Turns. She was also working on stage and spent a year in the original Broadway production of David Henry Hwang’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play, M. Butterfly.

Upon her arrival in Los Angeles in 1989, she worked extensively in film and television. Some of her notable roles were on the television shows Nightmare Café, Frasier, Crossing Jordan, and Lost. Some films include The Ring, Collateral Damage and Dead Heat.

Her interest in drawing and painting resurfaced during a long location shoot in Halifax, Nova Scotia, while filming the television movie The Elizabeth Smart Story for the Lifetime Network. To fill the downtime, she began drawing and the soon her passion was reawakened.

Back in Los Angeles, she began studying and painting, and never looked back. Lindsay draws inspiration from the eclectic nature of So Cal, as well as, all things baseball!

Today, she devotes her days to painting in her studio in Santa Monica, CA. Her interests are varied and have helped shape much of her work. She utilizes a highly impressionistic style in an effort to convey the deeper meaning and essence of the game she loves and to tell the stories.

Her collection of thirty hats, entitled The MLB Collection, has been shown and sold around the country. She is busy as a commission artist, doing everything from sports to automobiles and landscapes. Her lifelong love of nature and her proximity to the ocean have also inspired much of her work.

Just as her family guided her into a creative life, she is teaching her two sons to follow their dreams. This reaffirmation of her first creative love has been an exhilarating journey filled with the joys of new discovery.