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Nate Frizzell’s “I Should Know Who I Am By Now”

LeBasse Projects in Culver City returns from their recent SugiPOP! exhibit at the Portsmouth Museum of Art (which we covered here) with a nice one-two punch of solo shows by Nate Frizzell and Eric Fortune. Frizzell, a longtime gallery roster staple, follows up last year's solo showing with a new body of work, a new season (winter) and even a new medium (oils). As the title of the show would suggest, the young artist has been honing his unique voice, a move apparent as his subjects cast off their masks and reveal their true faces in an even more detailed and realistic blend of portraiture and naturalism. View all the works from the show after the jump.

LeBasse Projects in Culver City returns from their recent SugiPOP! exhibit at the Portsmouth Museum of Art (which we covered here) with a nice one-two punch of solo shows by Nate Frizzell and Eric Fortune. Frizzell, a longtime gallery roster staple, follows up last year’s solo showing with a new body of work, a new season (winter) and even a new medium (oils). As the title of the show would suggest, the young artist has been honing his unique voice, a move apparent as his subjects cast off their masks and reveal their true faces in an even more detailed and realistic blend of portraiture and naturalism. View all the works from the show below.

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