Oxford Who’s Who has inducted Christine Frausto into the highest Professional Distinction “Top Tier of Excellence Lifetime Achievement Recognition” due to her outstanding contributions and achievements as an artist. Christine's Mod Art is about testing the definition of contemporary art. Her art is about abstract expressionism. Each of her artworks is about creating a dialogue by what is conveyed on canvas. Each piece is an original abstract design that utilizes various colors, themes and mediums to convey an emotion. The objective behind each piece is about redefining how we look at ourselves. Christine feels that regardless of whatever mediums we use, there should not be any boundaries or limits on how we express ourselves. No matter the color or shape, the world should be as we see it. Whatever the instrument, expression is about conveying a meaning, an emotion that depends on a person’s subjective point of view. Throughout her career, Ms. Frausto has been self-motivated, results oriented and driven to succeed. Christine Frausto is one of the few special honorees inducted into the highest professional distinction based on her accomplishments, academic achievements, years of service, and the credentials she has provided. Oxford Who’s Who proudly endorses Ms. Christine Frausto and encourages all to visit her website: http://chirstinemodart.com.
Previously working in the legal field for over 12 years, Ms. Frausto decided to leave to pursue a life-long passion for contemporary art. In the past two years, she held exhibitions at the Downtown LA Art Walk, the Brentwood Art Festival and the Healdsburg Art Festival. She is currently a featured artist with Rxhibition, an organization responsible for promoting health and healing by providing art to facilities that treat patients dealing with terminal illness, disease or demise. Each of her pieces is about creating a dialogue by what is conveyed on the canvas. All of her artwork is original with abstract designs that utilize a variety of colors, themes and mediums. “I hope that when an individual sees my artwork, they see something about themselves that they would have never known existed otherwise,” she said. Ms. Frausto has recently self-published her first book titled, "24 Days Until Christmas." This book is poetic journey through faith and renewal during this Holiday Season. She hopes it inspires everyone as it has done for her.