Adele Shaw Art Studios
A member of Intersection for the Arts
Adele Shaw is a painter, a visual thinker, a tool user, an alchemist, a teller of truths, a seeker of good news, an advocate for patterns and numbers, a designer, puzzle solver, gardener, secret holder, a want-to-be bird song identifier, an idea architect, a tree hugger, is often hypnotized by the ocean, is an anti-single use plastic champion, bookbinder, a builder of things, a knitter, a pretty good cook, spatially gifted, a defender of art in the community, and an occasional yet enthusiastic educator who loves the artwork of Joan Mitchel, Helen Frankenthawler, Cy Twombly, Anselm Keifer, Joan Miro, Betsy Eby, Dana James and many more.
She was born in New Jersey in 1967. She received a BFA from the Maryland Institute, College of Art in 1989 and has lived in the Bay Area of California ever since.