Adrienne French

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Adrienne French
Born 1987
Akron, OH
Occupation Artist, photographer, creative design director, marketing analyst
Website
www.adriennefrenchphotography.com

Adrienne French (born 1987) is a fine art photographer specialising in urban landscape. She is the granddaughter of the artist Ray H. French.

Education[edit]

Born in Akron, Ohio, French attended Revere High School (Ohio). Upon graduating, she received a fine arts scholarships to attend Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. While at Ohio Wesleyan University, French was one of the only Freshman in the photography program, where she studied photography and traditional wet darkroom methods. After her freshman year, she transferred to Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida, where she learned digital photography technology, digital media and printing.[1]

Exhibitions[edit]

French has exhibited in group shows around the country. In 2011, her "Abstractions" exhibition at the Halcyon Art Gallery in Terre Haute, Indiana, featured an array of her black and white and color photography.[2] In 2013, the Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery in Cleveland, Ohio exhibited her "Chronos Chrysalis" portfolio, characterized by abstract photographs that invite the viewer to see the beauty in the often overlooked urban environment.[3][4][5]

Collections[edit]

French's work is in private and public collections, including the Midwest Museum of American Art in Elkhart, Indiana.

References[edit]

  1. ^ French, Audrey. (Spring 2013) "Thomas French Fine Art Spring Preview." CAN Journal.
  2. ^ Morgan, Alice. (November 25, 2011) “’Sense of Place’ and ‘Abstractions’ at Halcyon in December.” Terre Haute Tribune-Star.
  3. ^ Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery. (January 18th, 2013 - March 9th, 2013) "Adrienne French: Chronos Chrysalis"
  4. ^ Lesko, Ross. (Winter 2012/2013) “Adrienne French and Jane Millican at Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery.” CAN Journal.
  5. ^ Clark, Joseph. (February 20–26, 2013) “Fresh Light: Seeing the Old All Around Us in a New Way.” Scene Magazine.

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