Melinda Hurst Frye is a Seattle-based exhibiting artist, working in themes of implied environments and shared experiences within the still life aesthetic. Her current work illustrates the mystery and activity of Northwest subterranean and residential Seattle ecosystems, including her front yard. Hurst Frye has been featured on Humble Arts Foundation, Lenscratch, WIRED Photo, and in various solo and group exhibitions. She was recently selected for Picturing Trails, a year-long commission with the Regional Trails System through 4Culture in King County, Washington to create imagery based on the trails in Seattle and the surrounding areas of King County. Follow along on instagram's #picturingtrails.
Melinda Hurst Frye holds an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design and is a dedicated member of the Society for Photographic Education. Hurst Frye teaches photography at the Art Institute of Seattle, holds occasional workshops, and is an artist member of CORE gallery in Seattle, Washington. Melinda may be found digging holes, collecting and raising insects, while learning and making work about the biology of the northwest region.
Subscribe to the newsletter below and check out current and upcoming happenings.
Work featured by Charley Locke on Wired Photo, Mother FStop, Blend Images, RealClearLife, Lenscratch and Lensculture
Interview on process and concept by Jon Feinstein for Humble Arts Foundation
Work available for exhibition, representation and purchase. Please contact with any questions.