Kim Frohsin comments: “I just stopped in 1999. It just wasn’t there, and ever since I’ve worked on paper, and I’ve gone really small.” If all her art is autobiographical, what does that say about her? “I’m working my way back to big. I just have to make sure I have something to say,” she says cryptically. While her latest series doesn’t exactly include giant-sized pieces, they are definitely larger than what she had been doing, and there is something more - seemingly a new attitude. She thinks about that for a moment.Attitude,” she says with an exaggerated southern drawl and just a hint of grin. “Yes, I think that is true - a new attitude.”