Edith Frohock was a notable Birmingham artist who specialized in painting, printmaking and book arts and was the first instructor to teach book arts in the south. As a professor at UAB, Frohock left a mark on many of her students including, Anne Arrasmith, Sherie Beard, Jennifer Bloomer, Dennis Harper, Fletcher Hayes, Allan Jackson, Terry Padgett, Patricia Potter, Todd Pierce, Mary Ann Sampson and David Sandlin.
Frohock was part of the Mississippi Art Colony where she was the featured instructor in 1984. The colony, established in 1948 is one the oldest continuing artists colonies in the United Stated. Other notable instructors are Larry Gens Anderson, Moe Brooker, Howard Goodson, Fred Mitchell, Shirley Romer, johnnie Winona Ross and Hugh Williams.
Through the University of Alabama at Birmingham, friends and family endowed The Frohock Scholarship named for the late Edith Frohock, former art professor in the department of art. The scholarship is awarded to a bachelor of art or fine art student in junior standing with a 3.0 grade point average or higher. Past recipients of this scholarship include Joel Seah, Allan Skees, Janice Weeks and Leslie Wheatley among many others.
- "Dance-space: Event/installation" 1981, Members of the Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama ASIN: B0007379KY
- "Paper works by Sharon Burg and Marji Clark, 1982, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Visual Arts Gallery) Birmingham, Alabama ASIN: B0007183Y2
- "Sherie Beard exhibits fired clay: U.A.B. Visual Arts Gallery" 1977, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Visual Arts Gallery) Birmingham, Alabama ASIN: B0007181TY
- "Works by Edith Frohock" 1987, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Dept. of Art , School of Humanities) Birmingham, Alabama ASIN: B000725CXG
- "Works from the permanent collection" 1984, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Visual Arts Gallery) Birmingham, Alabama ASIN: B0007188KG
 External links
- List of books by Frohock
- "Book Arts: Four Approaches" 1991 collaboration with Mary Ann Sampson, decorative papers and binding by Paula Marie Gourley, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
- Mississippi Art Colony, featured instructor 1984
- attribute Dennis Harper
- Application For The Frohock Scholarship
- Methodology of "skinning the (CAT)Tt lists Edith Frohock as a correspondent to this project