Adele Seltzer is a painter, printmaker and metal sculptor. Her work has been inspired by her interest in archeology and her connections with nature. She uses monotype, drypoint, painting, and the mixed media process of layering to create depth and space. The dark and light build the foundation for her abstract works. Her sculpture is an outgrowth of her works on paper and the paintings on canvas.
She has taught painting and the monotype process and has participated in more than fifty invitational and competitive exhibitions. A selected exhibition was featured on the East Coast at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield, Connecticut. Adele has also been represented in galleries in Washington D. C., New York City, and Gallery B. Haasner in Wiesbaden, Germany. Her work has been exhibited locally at the San Jose Museum, the de Saisset Museum, the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, the Peninsula Museum and the Palo Alto Art Center. Presently locally the SFMOMA Artists Gallery in San Francisco represent her work. She has exhibited her paper, canvas and metal work at the Bolinas Museum in a recent solo exhibition Her work is in many private and public collections both in the United States and Europe. You can view additional works at "http:/www.adeleseltzer.com.