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
June 8 August 26, 2015, Claypool-Young Art Gallery, Morehead State University, Morehead, KY
Stitch: A Regional Contemporary Art Textile Exhibition is an exhibition featuring works of all textile and fiber media created by artists living in Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, Indiana, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia and Illinois.
Artists include: Jean Covert, Caroline Covington, Virginia Derryberry, Katherine C. Doyle, Gweneth A. Dunleavy, Laura Gaskin, Helen Geglio, Adrian Blackstock, Jean Covert, Caroline Covington, Virginia Derryberry, Katherine C., Mary A. Hambly, Briena Harmening, Hae-jung Larsen, Susan Webb Lee, Deborah Levine, Christine Levitt, Kathleem Loomis, Lorie McCown, Gena Mark, Leslie Pearson, Marti Plager, Nancy Sartor, Judie Spencer, Jenny Marie Stopher, Susan Shie, Tonya S. Vance, Cathy Vigor, Joanne Weis, Lindsey Windland, Laverne Zabielski
June 25th-Ecletia opens from 5:30-9pm at Apartment Earth in downtown Charleston, WV. It is an invitational exhibition featuring many artists both local and from out of state. This is an open themed show to allow the artists to shine however they feel is most flattering to their style.
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! More information to come.