Adam Holden Rosenberg is a Philadelphia based artist born in 1981 with an Eastern European heritage. Adam concentrates on painting the human figure in oil, more specifically dynamic portraits. His works have been exhibited in galleries across the United States and internationally including Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Paris. His paintings can be found in numerous private collections.

EDUCATION

  • BA, Pennsylvania State University

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

  • 2012 Erotica, Aphrodite Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2009 New Works, The Gold Fish Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2008 Philadelphia to Paris, Friechez Nous La Paix! Gallery – Paris, France
  • 2008 Portraits, The Abbaye, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2005 Debut, Idle Hands Tattoo, San Francisco CA

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

  • 2008 The Bertha Leer Art Exhibition, The Pennsylvania State University,Abington, PA
  • 2008 Puppies are Biodegradable, Ron Berg Gallery, Kansas City, MO
  • 2008 Puppies are Biodegradable, Framations Gallery, St. Charles, MO
  • 2007 Puppies are Biodegradable, The Public Trust, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2007 The Bertha Leer Art Exhibition, The Pennsylvania State University,Abington, PA
  • 2005 Secret Robot Project, Idle Hands Tattoo, San Francisco CA

PRESS

  • 2007 The Lancaster New Era “Artists paint ugly picture of puppy mills” by, John Rutledge
  • 2007 The Philadelphia Inquirer “Exhibit exposes ‘puppy-mill’ abuse” by, Amy Worden