Justine Frischmann is perhaps best known as as the lead singer and writer of the critically acclaimed 90’s band Elastica but in the last few years has emerged as an abstract painter who has exhibited nationally, in New York, California and Colorado. She has a degree in Architecture from University College London, has studied Contemplative Art at Naropa University in Colorado, and Fine Art at the San Francisco Art Institute. She was a presenter and writer on the “South Bank Show”, the U.K.’s oldest and most respected Arts program, and has presented programs on art, music, and architecture for BBC TV, BBC World TV (Arts), and BBC Radio 6. She has written about art and culture for magazines such as ID and The Face (UK), and was a judge for the 2003 Stirling Prize for architecture. She now lives and works in the Bay Area.