M. Frances Foster

Designer, maker and denim enthusiast
based in the middle of the map.

Here I share various visual exercises,
new works, scrapshots of places and things; evidences of life and living
in St. Louis, U.S.A.

A complicated, romantic thing involving
paper scraps, stringed instruments
and phases of the moon

We work in the dark. 
We do what we can.
We give what we have.
Our doubt is our passion.
Our passion is our task.
The rest is the madness of art.


Henry James




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recent work -- fine art/digital collage: LITAL vinyl anthology

Swift River, Run; 2015  / digital collage

Artwork created earlier this year for inclusion in LITAL, a vinyl anthology collaborative effort between St. Louis musicians and artists. I was paired with Ou Oú's song, Loci—the last track on the album.

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What I think I heard was an underlying energy eventually erupt into a majestic, mechanical forest with a hundred flocking feet in the foreground. 

What I thought I saw were warmly dressed groups gathered to gawk as few fearlessly waded the waters of a glistening geyser, awaiting the expanse of a wet hot mountain clap up and collapse like red dust upon them and into the earth. 

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