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Adam Eddy

January 10, 2019 - May 10, 2019

Adam Eddy received his BA in Studio Art and Art History from College of Charleston, and his MFA in Painting and Drawing from Boston University. His work has been exhibited nationally in group and solo exhibitions. He currently resides in Charleston, SC, where he teaches in the department of Studio Art at the College of Charleston.

Open Studio Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday: 10am—1:20pm

<i>Blue Stretch with Two Points</i>: vinyl acrylic on canvas, 36x12 inches, 2018

Blue Stretch with Two Points: vinyl acrylic on canvas, 36x12 inches, 2018

<i>Pool with Orange Border</i>: vinyl and oil paint on canvas, 36x24 inches, 2017

Pool with Orange Border: vinyl and oil paint on canvas, 36x24 inches, 2017

<i>Violet Line with Three Points</i>: vinyl acrylic on canvas, 30x11 inches, 2018

Violet Line with Three Points: vinyl acrylic on canvas, 30x11 inches, 2018

<i>Romney Street Window</i>: oil on canvas, 20x16 inches, 2017

Romney Street Window: oil on canvas, 20x16 inches, 2017

<i>Red Stretch with Three Points</i>: vinyl acrylic on canvas, 24x24 inches, 2018

Red Stretch with Three Points: vinyl acrylic on canvas, 24x24 inches, 2018

<i>Above Ground Pool</i>: vinyl and oil paint on canvas, 48x24 inches, 2017

Above Ground Pool: vinyl and oil paint on canvas, 48x24 inches, 2017

<i>Spin Painting (Blue, Green)</i>: vinyl acrylic on canvas, 32 inches, 2018

Spin Painting (Blue, Green): vinyl acrylic on canvas, 32 inches, 2018

<i>Spin painting (Violet, Purple, Blue)</i>: Vinyl acrylic on canvas, 24 inches, 2018

Spin painting (Violet, Purple, Blue): Vinyl acrylic on canvas, 24 inches, 2018

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