de trouver des reponses concernant la condition humaine, je decouvre
pendant son denouement, une multitude dâ€™autres questions.
Mes œuvres sont des meditations sur celles ci."
Fryer, daughter of a petroleum geophysicist, was born in Paris.
Following her father's oil discoveries throughout Europe and North
Africa, she spent her most formative years in Tripoli, Libya. There,
she experienced the 6 day WAR in 1967, evacuated to Naples, Italy.
The Libyan REVOLUTION followed in 1969. Fryer was sixteen when
she came to the US.
Working, for many years, in the demanding circumstances of Critical
Care and Cardiac nursing, she discovered Art as a necessary visual
form of expression.
Fryer graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts,
and became its first exchange student to the Ecole Des Beaux Arts
in PARIS. She returned to Africa in1994.
currently resides in Sarasota, Florida. Her work has been seen
at the American
Museum in Tangiers, Morocco. She has
shown at the University of Pennsylvania, the Susquahanna and State
Museums in Harrisburg selected for "Art of the State" four
consecutive years. She is currently exhibiting in a traveling show
organized by the Fuller Craft Museum, curated by Lloyd Herman of
the Smithsonian. It is currently at COPIA: the American Center for
Wine Food and the Arts in Napa Valley California.