Adrielle Biography

Established figurative artist, with a huge impressionism influence.

Adrielle attended the Art Center Collage for design and the Institute of the Arts.

In New York, she directed her career towards illustration for publicity agencies and publicists.

Her work has appeared in as many American covers as European. Much later she worked in Greece, Italy and Austria as the director of art and as a designer. She involved herself in a group of painters while she lived in Athens. Little by little, she began developing her passion for painting, against her commercial career. Adrielle lives and works in Vienna and California simultaneously.

Individual Selected Exhibitions:

2003: Cafe Servus. Viena, Austria.

2002: Triangles Gallery. California, USA.

2002: Villaggio Project. Indian Wells, California, USA.

2001: Desert Art Source Gallery. California, USA.

1998: Sky Gallery. Soho, New York City, New York, USA.

1998: Du Soliel. Connecticut, USA.

1994: Osteria Alla Volta. Udine, Italy.

1992: Bistro 45. Pasadena, California, USA.

1991: Lavon Gallery. New Jersey, USA.

1990: Carlton Arms Hotel. New York, USA.

Collective Selected Exhibitions:

2005: Florence Biennale 2005. Florence, Italy.

2005: "Colori e Sapori". Trevi, Italy.

2005: "Emotions in Motion". Ferrara, Italy.

2000: Armonk Art Festival. New York, USA.

1999: Bruce Museum. Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.

1998: Westport Arts Center. Connecticut, USA.

1998: Nature Center for Environmental Activities. Connecticut, USA.

1997: Killoughs Design. Destin, Florida, USA.

1996: Westport Arts Center. Connecticut, USA.

1995: Woka Gallery. "ViennArts". Vienna, Austria.

1993: Pacific Design Center. Los Angeles, California, USA.

1990: Weatherholt Gallery, Washington D.C., USA.