Frida Kahlo and Her Legacy Continue to Inspire

In the time since her death, the artwork of Frida Kahlo has been celebrated by and influenced artists across decades and nations. Pinellas County’s vibrant arts community is no exception. Please enjoy this curated sampling of artwork created by local artists Michael Conway, Cynthia Diaz, John Gascot, D YaeL Kelley, Steven Kenny and Jennifer Kosharek.

Jennifer Kosharek |

Jennifer Kosharek | Frida Kahlo

 

Cynthia Diaz | Silence I Said | Collage with acrylic | 16 x 20 inches

Cynthia Diaz | Silence I Said | Collage with acrylic | 16 x 20 inches

 

Steven Kenny | Flora #1 | Oil on panel | 12 x 8.5 inches

Steven Kenny | Flora #1 | Oil on panel | 12 x 8.5 inches

 

Steven Kenny | The Esoteric | Oil on linen | 16 x 12 inches

Steven Kenny | The Esoteric | Oil on linen | 16 x 12 inches

 

Michael Conway | Raising of Lazarus | Photo mixed media and image transfer | 36 x 36 inches

Michael Conway | Raising of Lazarus | Photo mixed media and image transfer | 36 x 36 inches

 

John Gascot | Frida del Mar (Frida of the Sea) | Acrylic and ink on canvas | 24 x 12 inches

John Gascot | Frida del Mar (Frida of the Sea) | Acrylic and ink on canvas | 24 x 12 inches

 

John Gascot | La Gran Frida (The Great Frida) | Mixed media on wood | 40 x 30 inches

John Gascot | La Gran Frida (The Great Frida) | Mixed media on wood | 40 x 30 inches

 

D YaeL Kelley | Still Point Silence | Oil and gold leaf | 30 x 40 inches