Louise A. Frechette, P.S.A.


Dr. Joseph Pudenzo - Tiburon, California.

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Phalen - Benicia, California.

Dr. Beth Murdaugh - Monument, Colorado.

Ms. Marsha Monroe - Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

Dr. Joseph P. Kazikas - New York, New York.

Carvel Company - Portland, Maine.



*York County Coast Star, Living Arts Section, March 1999, describes Louise work as "...absolutely incredible...".

*York Weekly, Art Critic Rose Safran, 1998, "Louise Frechette with wonderful merging soft color abstraction".

*Saco Reader, Editor, 1997, "The pastel paintings she now produces are radiant, spiritual, wonderful, awesome, majestic, magical, powerful, brilliant, theusarus-exhausting to describe works of timeless art".

*York County Coast Star, Living Arts Section, August 1996, Virginia Ray, "Jean Briggs, who owns Mast Cove Gallery, says of Louise ‘She is a very exciting artist to have in my gallery, one who is a joy with whom to work’".

*Portland Press Herald, York county Extra, November 1994, Kathie Marcie, "Louise Frechette won the Grumbacher Gold Medallion Award...Her painting, ‘L’eau Sauvage’, was chosen the best from thousands of works submitted" (National exhibition in the Wind River Art Artist Guild, Dubois, Wyoming).



Louise was born in San Francisco in 1942. She has had one-person shows in galleries in four states. She was the recipient of the National Grumbacher Gold Medallion Award at the Wind River Art Artist Guild, Dubois, Wyoming.

Louise’s work has been featured in a number of museums, including the Attleboro Museum in Attleboro, Massachusetts; The Brickstore Museum, Kennebunk, Maine; and the George H. W. Bush Presidential Bush Library and Museum, College Station, Texas.

In addition, her works, in oil and pastels, are in public and corporate collections, including MBNA America which have acquired eighty-four works in both mediums.

Louise is the recipient of thirty awards either for national or regional exhibitions.



Rudolph Shaffer’s School of Art, San Francisco, California

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