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Adrian Rhodes Wins S.C. Arts Commission Fellowship

 February 20, 2020

Congratulations to Adrian Rhodes on receiving a 2020 Fellowship from the South Carolina Arts Commission! She is one of four recipients of this year's fellowship, split up among visual art, craft, and music composition and performance.

Adrian Rhodes is a printmaking instructor in the School of Visual Art and Design, and a Hartsville, South Carolina native. She received her Master of Fine Arts in painting and printmaking from Winthrop University in 2011. Printmaking forms the core of her mixed media practice, resulting in installation, paintings, editioned prints, collage, and sculptural paper pieces. Her work has shown throughout the Carolinas, including select solo exhibitions at the UNC Charlotte, City Art in Columbia, the Dalton Gallery at the Center for the Arts in Rock Hill, and the Rebecca Randall Bryan gallery at Coastal Carolina University. Her work has frequently received awards in juried competitions, including taking the top prize at VAE Raleigh’s Contemporary South 2017 and Best of Show at the York County Juried Exhibition in 2013. Her work was recently featured in the Paper Worlds exhibition at the Spartanburg Art Museum. 

You can view more of her work at and on Instagram: @adrian_rhodes.

Adrian Rhodes art installation

Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.