Adam Weir
Things are getting heavy
I have been informed over the course of the last month or so that I have been nominated as a Semi-Finalist in multiple artist competitions around Maryland. First, is the Sondheim Prize in Baltimore, and secondly, the Bethesda Painting Awards as well. Be on the lookout for things to come in April and beyond. This is going to be a great spring.
New American Paintings
Look for my work in the next MFA annual issue of New American Paintings. Check out the previous issues as well, lots of great work.
2010 Towson University MFA Thesis Show

Hello everyone my thesis show is rapidly approaching. It will be October 14th 7:30-9pm in the Holtzman MFA Gallery in Towson University's Center for the Arts. The exhibition is titled "Lay of the Land" and is in conjunction with two other MFA students exhibition. Hope to see you there!
Yorkfest Group Exhibition at YorkArts

Currently I am apart of a running exhibition at YorkArts in York, PA. It is a juried group show with many local artists from PA. and MD. At the opening reception I received the award for best in show. The exhibition will be up until September 18th.
Unlikely Places
Towson University Summer Artscape Exhibition
July 6—August 7th, 2010

Reception: Saturday, July 17, 2010 · 1:30—4 pm The Holtzman MFA Gallery, Center for the Arts, Towson University Free and Open to the Public.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday—Saturday, 11 am – 4 pm

Artists: Timothy Horjus, Gary Kachadourian, Cyle Metzger, Juan Rodas, Chloe Watson, and Adam Weir

Unlikely Places features artists who deal with place as a focus of interest. Whether it is an impossible imaginary place as in Juan Rodas’ underwater cityscape or a seemingly ordinary space as in Gary Kachadorian’s life-size photo-copied wall prints, the places these artists portray are filled with ambiguity, mystery, and wonder, and they often defy logic. The meaning of place is constantly changing, depending on the viewer, and is always being filtered through each individual’s previous experiences and history. A place is a location, real or imagined, with definite or indefinite borders. Casual expressions such as “being in place,” “out of place,” and “took place” point to the importance we give to a particular space. An ongoing question for visual artists has been how to portray a three-dimensional world on a two- dimensional surface. The artists in this exhibition find their own solutions to this age-old quest. The exhibition includes art in a variety of media, including a site-specific wall drawing.
Towson University MFA Open Studios
April 29, 2010
Towson University
Come and visit the MFA student studios at Towson University in the Center for the Arts Building. Students from all disciplines will be participating. I will be in my studio so stop by, say hello, and have a look around.
New Group Show
February 25 –March 20, 2010
Wanted: Wall Work
National/International Juried MFA Exhibition
1078 Gallery Chico, CA
Juror: John Baca, MFA, Rhode Island School of Design
Reception February 26, 6-8pm, Juror’s Talk at 7pm

If you happen to be in or around Chico,California stop by and take a gander at my work being shown as well as all the other great art.