“Antonio Adams, Caribbean and Lavender Era”
Eisele Gallery presents: “Antonio Adams, Caribbean and Lavender Era” Opening Reception for the Artist: Friday, November 25ht, 6-9pm
(Cincinnati, Ohio) – Join Eisele Gallery as we celebrate “Caribbean and Lavender Era” new works by Cincinnati artist Antonio Adams. This featured selection of paintings will premiere in the gallery on Friday November 3rd from 6-9pm. For this latest series of paintings and drawings Adams has found his inspiration from the cool blue waters of the Caribbean Sea and the warm glow of the Lavender Plant. His geometric compositions are embellished with whimsical line work and patterns and explore the harmony in the “Caribbean and Lavender Era”.
About Antonio Adams
ANTONIO ADAMS (b. 1981, Cincinnati, OH) is a multi-disciplinary self-taught artist, and leader working in Cincinnati, OH. Adams has been drawing, painting, and creating since he was a little boy. Now his work is collected internationally. He is one of the co-founders of Visionaries + Voices, an arts organization for artists with disabilities in Cincinnati, as well as Thunder-Sky, Inc., an outsider art gallery in Cincinnati. His artworks have been exhibited at The Middletown Fine Arts Center, Fitton Center for Creative Arts, Hamilton, Ohio; University of Cincinnati Gallery; Visionaries & Voices, Cincinnati; The Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati; The Museum of Everything, London; The Cincinnati Art Museum; The Pittsburgh Folk Art Exhibit and Symposium, Pittsburgh; The Outsider Art Fair, New York; White Columns, New York; The Green Gallery, Milwaukie; Country Club Gallery, Cincinnati/Los Angeles; and the Gallery, Nashville.
Caribbean and Lavender Era
24 x 18”
Mixed media on canvas