Adam Gabriel Winnie is a trans-disciplinary artist and BFA painting alum of the Savannah College of Art & Design. After graduating suma cum laude in 2012, Adam stayed in Savannah as he saw potential in the local art scene. He has been extensively showing his work at both local and national venues since, including solo shows at Sylvia White Gallery in Ventura, California, Savannah Art Rise Exhibition Fellowship. This fall, Adam will present a solo exhibition at the soon to be open Gallery 124, in Savannah. Currently, he is showing at The Vendue in Charleston as part of the exhibition, I See a Pattern, curated by Robert Lange Studios. His discipline covers oil painting, charcoal drawing, sculpture, photography, performance art, installation and audio sculpture. His current studio practice focuses on large-scale narrative oil painting and life-size figurative charcoal drawing.

Before moving to Savannah in 2009, Adam received his associates degree in photography while also studying welding at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It was there that he began curating exhibitions by local artists. He went on to become the founder of several student arts organizations, co-founded Natural Canvas, an underground art and music venue and later co-founded Atomic Art Cooperative, a nonprofit arts organization which focused on installing local Pop-Up exhibitions. In September of 2014, Adam was elected to the board of directors of ARC Savannah.


All Works © Adam Gabriel Winnie 2013
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