Laurel Adams

Biography Laurel Adams is a New England born watercolorist and formally trained mixed media artist who now resides in Danville, Kentucky. A former multi-galleried artist and teacher, her credits include: Springfield Museum of Art Exhibit,  Private Featured Artist Showings, Exhibit Judge 2008, Tewksbury Art Society Juried Watercolorist, Stage set Designer, three year Historic Red Mill "The Haunted" Fundraising Effort designer and Painter. She has also taught creative expression in organizations from Girl Scouts of America to Senior Centers and Nursing Home patrons as well as at Visions Gallery, NJ, private classes and contemplative and spiritual women's retreats. Her current aesthetic palette embraces Nature’s giftings through the fluid media of primarily watercolour, acrylic and Indian ink; however, first her portfolio of early work reflected a love of chiaroscuro through soft charcoals and hard graphite sketches. In 2019, her FAA portfolio expanded to include Prismacolor Colour Pencil diminutives in response to newly experienced toxicity allergies to pigment and resin compounds. NEW NEWS: Laurel is the JANUARY 2020 FAA “TONY” AWARD WINNER, pursuant to nomination by fellow artist/former award holder, Maria Hunt with veted concurrence of Ms. Abbie Shores. Laurel’s former Artistic pursuits include:  CREATIVE WRITING/REPORTING/ ILLUSTRATING, THEATRE REVIEWS for Holyoke Transcript-Telegram, MA. NEW NEWS: Pursuant to holding the Tony Award, Laurel expressed interest in a “VIRTUAL INTERVIEW” with Ms. Shores of “Our Arts Magazine”. The in-depth written narrative/illustration opportunity afforded by responding to approximately thirty questions allowed her to rekindle an early PASSION for painting both with Brush and Word. To learn more about Laurel, SCROLL THRU the FAA COMMUNITY DISCUSSION TAB or Google:  Our Arts Magazine, for ...Breaking News:  “Getting to Know, Laurel Adams”....or see Forums