Welcome to Christine’s Mod Art
The purpose behind my artwork is about generating a new dialogue about art expressionism. Critics have categorized or labeled my artwork as undisciplined and unstructured. However, it’s my opinion that by adhering to a structured or disciplined agenda, that the artist limits and/or excludes his or her own raw emotion. Regardless of the types of mediums utilized, there should not be any boundaries or limits on the artist’s own expression. The world should be as we see it. No matter the color or shape, the purpose behind each of my artworks is about redefining not only how we look at ourselves but also how we observe the world around us. The inspiration behind each artwork is about the freedom to express ourselves in any manner that we choose. Negative or positive, it should generate a dialogue. As such, artwork should be unstructured and undisciplined, an escapism for what would otherwise be a regimented structured life. I am an Artist. As an artist, it’s important that my art expresses a raw subjective perspective of how I observe the world around me. I hope that when an individual sees my artwork, they see something about themselves and the world around them that they otherwise never would have known existed.
On A Personal Note:
Born in Los Angeles, I am the only child of Jessica and Joseph Frausto. I am the first generation American-Mexican on my father’s side, second generation on my mother’s side. I grew up in historic Highland Park and attended the very diverse Franklin High School. I’m a Sonoma State University Alumnus. I have a Post Graduate education with a Juris Doctorate. I moved to Los Angeles in pursuit of a legal career and have been employed in the legal field for over a decade. However, I’ve had a long-time passion for Contemporary Art. In recent years, I’ve participated in Art Exhibitions located in Los Angeles and Sonoma Wine Country: Downtown LA Art Walk, the Brentwood Art Festival, Healdsburg Art Festival, The Chocolate and Art Show and RAW LA. I held an art exhibition at the Hallmark store located at the Santa Anita Mall. Recently, two of my artworks were auctioned to benefit the Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo (RTR4C, San Francisco). I’ve been awarded as the 2015-2016 inductee into the NAPW VIP Woman of the Year Circle (nka International Association of Women). Also, I received a “Tier of Excellence” award from Oxford Who’s Who.
Also, I’m also available for corporate or social events. In 2017, I commissioned an artwork for the Access Grand Opening Event located in Culver City, California.
In addition to that, I love meeting new people. So please , don’t be shy. Feel free to say hello. You can reach me via Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. You also contact me via email at Christine@ChristinesModArt.com.
Christine dba Christine’s Mod Art