Master Artist Series: Printmaking Demonstration with Artist ADMO

27 January 2018
  • Arizona State Museum is located at 1013 E. University Boulevard on the University of Arizona campus.
    Convenient garage parking is available just one block from the museum at either Euclid Avenue & Second Street or Tyndall Avenue & Fourth Street.
    Free with museum admission.

Please join us on Saturday January 27, 2018 to enjoy a printmaking demonstration with artist ADMO (Adrian Morris). Demonstrations are scheduled for 11am to 1pm and 1pm to 3pm.

Adrian Morris (ADMO) is a multi-talented artist of Diné (Navajo) and Laguna Pueblo ancestry. Emerging from the enchanting Four Corners Region of New Mexico, ADMO grew up being nourished by the natural elegance and mysterious beauty of life on the Navajo Nation. Currently spending his time between Mexican Springs, NM and Tucson, AZ, Adrian is inspired by both his childhood landscape and this beautiful and vibrant community in the Sonoran Desert. He has been studying art in a formal and informal context. At the Carnegie Arts Center in Turlock, CA, he was introduced to and exposed to the drawings, sculpture, etchings, lithographs, and ceramic works of Edgar Degas, Joan Miró, Alphonso Mucha and Pablo Picasso, expanding his knowledge of the arts. As a creative enthusiast and passionate artist, ADMO is currently studying photography and composition under Raechel Running, and painting and figure drawing under Russell Recchion in Tucson, AZ.