04_Essential Workers, 2019, oil on canvas, 55x34x1.5in

Adrian Delgado

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I’m creating art that impacts how we see those around us

The intention of the artwork that I am currently creating illustrates who we are as individuals, as a society and as a nation. I use art to express my individuality, my identity - but also to connect with others who might relate to the shared experience, culture and identity expressed in my artwork. The artwork and the process of creating allows me to take a look inside my core, reflect and see how and where I fit within contemporary art and culture.

I was born in South San Francisco, California and graduated from California College of the Arts in 2014 with a BA in painting and drawing with honors. I live and have a studio space in Richmond CA. Around creating art I work as a preparator (art handler) at SFMOMA's Collection Center. On my daily commute I gather inspiration for my content from observing the people I encounter and their pursuit.

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248 18th Street, Richmond, CA, USA
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