Adonna Khare is an America Artist mainly focused on carbon pencil on paper drawings. She received her Masters of Fine Art from California State University Long Beach. Her work has been collected by prestigious public and private collections throughout the world. In 2012 she won the world’s largest art competition ArtPrize, competing against over 1500 artists from all around the world. She has been featured in the Los Angeles Time, NPR, The Huffington Post, Daily Mail, Juxtapoz Magazine, Mashable, My Modern Metropolis, Saatchi Gallery as well as thousands of blogs, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram pages.
She has had group and solo shows throughout the country. Long Beach Art Museum, City of Carlsbad Art Gallery, Nassau County Art Museum, Yellowstone Art Museum, Grand Rapids Art Museum and Crystal Bridges. – B.A. in Art from California State University Long Beach – M.F.A in Art from CSULB – Permanent collection of the Long Beach Museum of Art, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Crystal Bridges Art Museum as well as numerous private collections throughout the world. Member of The Drawing Center New York (You can buy her artworks directly from her official website, you have it in the end of this article)
Large Chimp In The Clouds
Save the bees
“I guess Surrealism has a draw for me because it’s an unknown world. It’s a world of subconscious. Some things you can’t really get your hands on very easily. Things that are kind of nebulous and they feel like they’re not completely formed. You have to feel your way through that.” – Gotye
SOURCE: Her official website Adonna Khare