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Adele Seronde

Aspens in Summer by Adele Seronde
Aspens in Summer
Bouquet by Adele Seronde
Bouquet
Bouquet #2 by Adele Seronde
Bouquet #2
Color of The Peaks by Adele Seronde
Color of The Peaks
Cuba's Inner Light by Adele Seronde
Cuba's Inner Light
Dalai Lama and Interpreter by Adele Seronde
Dalai Lama and Interpreter
Diamond Spring Floral by Adele Seronde
Diamond Spring Floral
Fire Wheel by Adele Seronde
Fire Wheel
Flagstaff Mountain Dance by Adele Seronde
Flagstaff Mountain Dance
Floral Abstract by Adele Seronde
Floral Abstract
Floral Bouquet #1 by Adele Seronde
Floral Bouquet #1
Floral Bouquet #2 by Adele Seronde
Floral Bouquet #2
Floral Bouquet #3 by Adele Seronde
Floral Bouquet #3
Floral Bouquet #4 by Adele Seronde
Floral Bouquet #4
Flowers In Transition by Adele Seronde
Flowers In Transition
Golden Autumn by Adele Seronde
Golden Autumn
Golden Eye Floral by Adele Seronde
Golden Eye Floral
Grand Canyon by Adele Seronde
Grand Canyon
Kingship by Adele Seronde
Kingship
Leaning on Light by Adele Seronde
Leaning on Light
Lilies In Flagrancy by Adele Seronde
Lilies In Flagrancy
Lipizzaner Stallion 1 by Adele Seronde
Lipizzaner Stallion 1
Lipizzaner Stallion 2 by Adele Seronde
Lipizzaner Stallion 2
Navajo Chevron by Adele Seronde
Navajo Chevron
Organ Pipe National Monument by Adele Seronde
Organ Pipe National Monument
Peaks in Spring by Adele Seronde
Peaks in Spring
Red Edge Of Sea by Adele Seronde
Red Edge Of Sea
Red Moon by Adele Seronde
Red Moon
Russet Harmonies by Adele Seronde
Russet Harmonies
Sargeant Mountain In Maine by Adele Seronde
Sargeant Mountain In Maine
Schnebly Hill Mountain by Adele Seronde
Schnebly Hill Mountain
Summer Asters by Adele Seronde
Summer Asters
Sunday Bouquet by Adele Seronde
Sunday Bouquet
Sycamore Canyon by Adele Seronde
Sycamore Canyon

artists BIO

Adele Seronde

Adele Seronde, comes from a long line of painters, weavers, woodworkers, and poets. Both painter and poet, as well as a community and environmental activist, her family has been central to her life. She has had numerous solo exhibitions in this country and in Italy, mostly landscapes in oil on canvas. Throughout her career she studied under Karl Knaths at the Phillips Museum in Washington D.C. and Bennington College in Vermont. Her paintings have been exhibited internationally and at the Vigna Nuova Gallery in Florence, Italy.

Known for her unique style of painting she does not use an easel. Instead she prefers to lay the canvas flat on the ground, often placing additional canvases around it expanding the painting.

She does some portraits as well. She has written several poetry books including Deliver into Green and her most recent work Our Sacred Garden –The Living Earth.

Her current work as a painter focuses on the gardens she loves and she sees the garden as both a symbolic and an actual way of changing and healing our selves, our communities, and our planet.

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