Currently, Adams is busy working on her upcoming solo exhibitions, Leslie Adams, The Measure of a Life and The Handwritten Dreams Project. She’s also completing commissioned pieces for institutions throughout the country including NYU Langone Medical Center in New York, the University of Michigan Medical School, the Supreme Court of Ohio, and the National Cathedral School in Washington, DC.
Her family has been using American®Frame since its inception, she said.
“We have always been impressed by the quality and high standards of this incredibly run family business,’ she said. “As a professional artist, I have used American Frame throughout my career in different capacities. From original artwork to prints, I have found profiles that fit my needs.”
She urges new framers to invest in framing treatments worthy of their best pieces.
“Consider the frame for a piece of artwork to be a reward and, therefore, an investment,” she said. “Hours, weeks, and months may be spent on a drawing, painting, or printing and those works deserve to be both protected archivally and presented beautifully.”
See more of Leslie’s work here.