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Artist Valerie Walden Newly Represented by Adams Galeries in Lakeway, Texas
Ms. Walden observed, “I’m excited about being in Adams Galleries. Previously, most of my large pieces were private commissions. Now, when I get a big idea, I can paint it – knowing Adams Galleries’ generous space can accommodate it. Plus, their approach to presenting art through multiple channels will expose my work to a larger audience. Adams is the perfect complement to my other gallery, Capital Fine Art which is downtown and features my smaller plein air pieces.”
Initially, Adams Galleries will present some of Ms. Walden’s more recent work. But, some new work will be created especially for the gallery.
Ryan Adams, manager and co-owner of Adams Galleries said. “We have a contemporary bent. Valerie’s colorful eye and more transitional style really rounds out our portfolio. Her work is impressive. Adams Galleries is changing the way fine art is seen and sold. Work is presented physically, digitally and socially across multiple platforms. We already have her work up everywhere.”
Ms. Walden’s complete portfolio may also be seen on her website: www.WaldenArt.com.
About Valerie Walden
Valerie Walden developed her talent with inspiration and guidance from artists and instructors at the Austin Museum of Art, University of Texas, renowned plein air artists Scott Christensen of Idaho and Bob Rohm of Texas, and Leslie DeMille of the Scottsdale Artists School. She works primarily in pastels and oils. Her work draws heavily upon her interpretations and impressions of nature. She is a member of the Pastel Society, Southwest Pastel Society and Plein Air Austin. Nationally, she is a member of the Pastel Society of America, the Degas Pastel Society and Oil Painters of America. Artwork and more information at www.waldenart.com.
About Adams Galleries of Austin
Adams Galleries is locally owned and operated by the Adams family. The gallery offers original artwork at affordable prices, framing options, and design and installation services to consumers and the trade. The emphasis is on larger artwork by local and emerging artists. The style is mostly contemporary with some selected complementary pieces. More information at www.AdamsGalleriesAustin.com .