On her own new works, Kim Frohsin comments:
Well, the theme is still based on my figures, the women I draw from, as was my last body of work in 2006, Two Minutes and Counting; however, unlike that series, I’m working a bit larger, still on paper, but the lines from the drawings are pretty much obliterated. My principal tools are quick-release tape, razor blades, plastic wide-palette knives and heavy-bodied acrylic paint to mask out and create paintings that are very graphic; with flat-color collage shapes I create overlaying the drawing underneath. It’s about design, accident, color formation and combinations and opacity. All this is rather different in focus and application from my last series.”