On September 16 and 17, 2017, Adrian will be at the Reenactment of the Battle of the Brandywine with his latest work in progress, Cornwallis at 4:00 A.M.; Kennett Square, 9/11/1777. The event is hosted by Birmingham Township – free parking and free admission. For details and time, go to Brandywine2017.
Adrian lives in Downingtown, Pennsylvania, located in the heart of beautiful Chester County – the perfect backdrop to inspire original works with focused interest in landscape, still life, figurative and historic paintings. Adrian’s oil paintings and portraits are in many public collections, including the White House and Camp David. Two large paintings with scenes from Chester County’s fascinating history hang in the lobby of the DNB Bank in Downingtown, and his murals depicting landscapes, history and wildlife grace the walls of local and national businesses, schools, museums, and private homes. He has completed portraits of businessmen, politicians and dignitaries.