I was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. My mother was an artist. She used to paint large floral murals on our bedroom walls, the vines creeping along our doors like veins beneath skin.
As a child, I didn’t realize that those flower murals would eventually find their way into my bones. I studied at The School of Visual Arts in New York, where I learned that the freedom to take risks is vital to art-making. I am continually inspired by the still life paintings of the Dutch Masters and the oversized flowers of Georgia O’Keeffe.
With every still life portrait I create, from bud to decay, my goal is to tell an evocative story through my photographs. My photography often resemble paintings.
I live and work in Serenbe, a progressive, nationally-recognized community that is centered around the arts, located in the Chattahoochee Hills of Georgia.
My photography can be seen at the 1stdibs Gallery in New York, The Chatt Hills Gallery in Serenbe, and on websites such as Artsy, 1stdibs, Gallery 104, and The Morton Gallery.
To view more of my work, please visit my new website - adrienneanbinder.com
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