Adrian Siegel is an American artist widely known for his colorful abstractions of landscapes and figurative works. Born in San Francisco in 1978, Siegel studied fine art at the Rhode Island School of Design and received his MFA in painting from the University of Cincinnati in 2002. His works often involve the interplay between the real world and imagination, and he has been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide. His most celebrated works include My Forms of Life, a mixed media work that combines abstract expressionism and the cubism style, and Ode to the Form, a series of oil paintings depicting life in rural America. Siegel's work has been praised for its ability to capture the beauty of the ordinary and to evoke emotion. He currently lives and works in Chicago, Illinois.
Adrian Siegel, American artist, abstract expressionism, cubism, MFA, University of Cincinnati.
— Mei Wang
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