On exhibit July 1st – August 30th, the Hiddenite Arts & Heritage Center’s Emerging Artists Wall exhibit space will feature the work of Adrian Price. The exhibit will be on display at the Center’s Lucas Mansion, which is located at 316 Hiddenite Church Road in Alexander County.
Located on the third floor of the Center’s Lucas Mansion, all Emerging Artists Wall exhibits are free and open to the public Monday – Friday from 10:00am until 4:30pm and on Saturday from 10:00am until 3:00pm.
“What I think is so beautiful about any form of art is that there are endless ways to interpret it,” said Adrian Price. “Everyone sees a reflection of their own thoughts or feelings in it, and that is the variable I like to play off of in my pieces. Art was made to be shared, and seeing things from others perspectives is what makes it all so worthwhile to me.”
The artist spent the early stages of her life living in the community of Love Valley. Far from the busy lights and sounds of the city, Price’s mind had time to wander and her creativity soon took off. Doodling on notebooks and binders morphed into finished pieces.
Price is a 2018 graduate of the Visual and Performing Arts Center and Mitchell Community College Early College receiving a high school diploma and an Associate’s Degree in Art. She participated in both theatrical and visual arts departments in the program. Adrian Price is the daughter of David and Alynn Price and Brent and Jori Mason.