Gwen Frostic Prints
PO Box 300
5140 River Road
Benzonia, MI 49616

Phone: 231-882-5505
E-Mail: nature@gwenfrostic.com

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Tue, 12 Aug 2014 07:09:14 PDT
A few pictures of the horrific water damage at Gwen's -- the funds raised through our "Walk with Gwen" campaign will go towards repairing and restoring her amazing studio so it can continue to be enjoyed by all!

https://www.crowdrise.com/HelpSaveStudio



Mon, 11 Aug 2014 07:48:01 PDT
Only five days until we celebrate "Gwen Day" to honor this world renowned artist and her lifelong legacy!

https://www.crowdrise.com/HelpSaveStudio


A Walk With Gwen | Gwen Frostic Prints 's Fundraiser on CrowdRise
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Everyone at Gwen Frostic Prints is on a mission to save the building where Gwen Frostic built her beloved art studio in 1964. Gwen’s was purchased in 2010 when the building was already in great peril, as the world-renowned artist’s historic home and wildlife sanctuary hadn’t been restored since its…

Sun, 10 Aug 2014 06:00:01 PDT
Thanks to the Traverse City Record-Eagle for such a wonderful story about Gwen's 50th anniversary event!!

A great read explaining our mission to restore Gwen's studio, and what the funds will help us restore and accomplish for all visitors to enjoy!

http://www.record-eagle.com/entertainment/x1927913104/A-Walk-with-Gwen?zc_p=0


A Walk with Gwen: Campaign kicks off to honor late artist, renovate studio
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BENZONIA ' Dan and Dora Stanton have vacationed in northern Michigan every other year since the 1980s. Each trip they make a pilgrimage to Gwen Frost

About Gwen



Sara Gwendolen Frostic

Gwen passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 25, 2001. She was born April 26, 1906 in Sandusky, Michigan to Fred W. and Sara (Alexander) Frostic. As a well-known author and lecturer Gwen shared her observations of the universe. She was owner and president of Presscraft Papers, Gwen Frostic Prints, of Benzonia. 

Over the years Gwen had been awarded honorary degrees from many colleges and universities. In 1978 Michigan Governor William Milliken proclaimed May 23rd as Gwen Frostic Day in Michigan, and in 1986 she was inducted into the Michigan Woman's Hall of Fame. 

Long before her death she wrote her epitaph: 

"Here lies one doubly blessed. 
She was happy and she knew it."