Don Frost, sculptor, creator of completely unique, innovative and
original fine art.

"We can only truly focus our mind on the love of one thing and
everything else comes to orbit this single desire. By choosing art
my life has become art and this feeling of joy is reflected back
into each sculpture. The beauty and benefit of this is also
reflected across to those who choose to place these sculptures
within their own environment, where the visual effect of seeing
the art is no different than listening to great music or
experiencing any other magnificent creation of the human mind
and spirit. It is uplifting and inspiring and carries with it the
unconscious effect of moving an individual further towards the
ethereal wonders of life. These sculptures are copies of nothing
and each is an individual result of imagination and creative
intelligence combined with the latest of technology to produce an
inspiring, playful and dramatic shape. I hope you enjoy!"


The History of Sculptor Don Frost

Peterborough born Don Frost had his future path laid out for him by
winning first prize in a city wide art exposition at age six in grade one.
The following year at age seven, Don had a group showing at the
Peterborough Public Library.  Public school had its usual trials and
tribulations and it was not until grade 10 that Don discovered that he
was colour blind to all but the primary colours. At this point Don’s life
took a right turn and sculpture was all that he focused on. Don teamed
up with a friend in grade 11 who became his art agent and they
enjoyed considerable success in the Peterborough area. After
highschool Don took some time off to do his art and apprentice as a
mechanic for a year. In 1973/74 he attended Sheridan Art College
followed by a decision to become a professional sculptor having just
received a major commission for a large 15' tall sculpture for a new
mall being built in Peterborough, Ontario. This was followed by the
creation of the largest sculpture in Canada in 1983 by winning a
competition for an indoor work for the Michael Starr Building in
Oshawa, Ontario. Always seeking new outlets for art Don acquired an
art agent in Ottawa which led to an introduction to a patron who kept
Don busy creating more than 40 sculptures in a period of twenty years.
Don’s work internationally was recently a commission for four large
works for a garden in Club Medjulis in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Previous
to this in an expansive design project by the late King Hussein for a
1.6 km wall of huge relief panels commemorating the history of
Jordan, Don’s work on six of these panels was accepted by King
Abdullah. Experiencing greater notoriety for the global uniqueness of
his art, Don was presented with awards from Peterborough County and
commemorated in the Walk of Fame. Presently Don has art
representatives across the United States and Canada and one on-
ground/online gallery in Turkey just for pure fun. “I always thought
Turkey for Christmas would be the perfect vacation.”
The greatest work of Don’s career now stands as “The Resurrection
Cross” outside the Catholic School Board office on Lansdowne Street
in Peterborough, Ontario.

“The act of being a sculptor and continually experiencing the creative
challenges in this multidimensional world causes a thought process
that spills over into all facets of life causing the world of the artist to
become a work of art.” Don Frost
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