An Organic Palette Exhibition at Vermont Law School


Blue - Vermont Law School Exhibition 2016_web

Join Vermont Law School Center for Agriculture and Food Systems (CAFS) in welcoming artist Adam Blue as he showcases prints and books in An Organic Palette. Blue’s work offers three distinct but related series on farming—Pop Art Vintage Tractors, An Organic Palette and Cookbook 2314. In this solo exhibition, Blue skillfully entwines tradition and modernity in his take on the ever-changing culture of food cultivation.

Curated by Laura Di Piazza.

January 22–March 4, 2016

Opening Reception and Artist TalkFriday, January 22, 2016 at 4pm.

Artist Talk4pm, Oakes Hall 110
Opening Reception5-6pm, Oakes Hall
Free and open to the public!

(Snowdate: February 5th)

164 Chelsea Street, South Royalton, Vermont


Salon Covers Whitefish Review David Letterman Interview


Salon Covering Whitefish Review Letterman

As a longtime reader of, it was a real treat for me to see that they picked-up our Whitefish Review interview with David Letterman and wrote the following thoughtful paragraph about our publication:

The Whitefish Review is a prestigious but small journal covering art, culture, the environment and mountain life. Letterman is a fan, and as he jokes in the interview, perhaps their next intern now that he has some time on his hand.



Whitefish Review #18 Picked Up by GQ


Whitefish Review David Letterman


Issue #18 of the Whitefish Review is out, and our interview with David Letterman is getting some fantastic press!

Click through to read more and please consider buying a copy for friends and family. The issue’s theme is Growing Up Getting Older, it’s edited by Rick Bass, has the winning $1000 Montana Prize for Fiction piece, and included 40 other works of art, fiction, non-fiction, photography and poetry!


Whitefish Review #18 – Growing Up Getting Older


Whitefish Review 18

I’m proud to announce the upcoming release of the Whitefish Review’s Issue 18, Growing Up Getting Older, edited by Rick Bass, and featuring an interview with David Letterman!

Click here to purchase your copy!


Speculative Biology & Cookbook 2314 in Seven Days!


Blue_Seven Days Article Nov 16_Cookbook 2314_Web

Proud to share that my current exhibition—Speculative Biology and Cookbook 2314—were picked up by Seven Days!

Awesome possum.


Busy Week – Thank You


Foliage Fall 2015

Last week was a busy one—with my presentation at the Vermont Creative Network Summit and the Opening Reception for Speculative Biology at Scavenger Gallery. Phew!

Thanks to everyone who came to these fine events and for the opportunity to share my work with you!

For the time being, here’s another nice image of this year’s fall foliage.


Speculative Biology Exhibition at Scavenger Gallery


Adam Blue Luke Eastman Scavenger Gallery Speculative Bio

I’m excited share that I’m exhibiting signed prints from Cookbook 2314 as part of Speculative Biology, a playful new exhibition featuring works by both Luke Eastman and me, at the Scavenger Gallery in White River Junction, VT.

Speculative Biology will be up November 6 – December 4, 2015.

Please join us for the Opening Reception, which will be held during WRJ’s upcoming First Friday festivities: November 6, 5:30 – 7:30pm.

Last, but not least, it’s a delight to show at Scavenger Gallery because I’ve long admired Stacy Hopkins’ work. Stacy founded Scavenger Gallery, and is an internationally recognized jeweler and metal smith. Please click through to learn more about her work as well.


Autumn in New England


Fall in Leb II Web

So nice this time of year…


Vermont Creative Network Summit


Vermont Creative Network Summit

I’m excite to share that I’ve been selected to give a presentation as part of the Vermont Creative Network Summit on November 4, 2015. The conference is being put together by the Vermont Arts Council and will take place at the Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier.

Join us if you’re able!




Sculpturefest 2015 — Bird Feeders








I’m delighted to share images of a few of the works I’ve installed at Sculpturefest and ECO-Visions this year.

If you’re able, please join us at the opening reception on Saturday, May 5, 4-7pm in Woodstock, VT. Bring friends, a picnic, beverages, children, and the instinct to explore the grounds and see all the amazing work.

The Bird Feeders are installed at both the Prosper Road and King Farm sites, and the Bee Feeders are installed on the path through the woods that joins the two locations.

Click here for the artist statement I wrote about the work and its relationship to the theme Intersections: Our Natural and Synthetic Worlds.