Much of my work starts with an inner dialogue about how people in my past have shaped my current self-image. The ideas for my pieces come from how I see women in my society and are frequently influenced by women who have been poignant in my life. I am often interpreting a personal memory, a story from my familys oral tradition or simply making a commentary on an issue that relates to my life at any given point. My work has an underlying influence of the culture of family in Southern Ohio and the role of the female within that society. -Adrian Blackstock
This Fall: Works from the Little River Print Project, spearheaded by University of Rio Grande's Benjy Davies, are coming to Marshall University's Birke Art Gallery this Fall. Look for work from Adrian Blackstock, Katherine Cox and many more!
Work will be included in Exhibition 280 at The Huntington Museum of Art from October 10, 2015 to February 14, 2016. This years show juror is Patterson Sims. Opening reception for this event takes place on Saturday, October 10, 2015, from 5 to 7 p.m.