In the Foyer
This pastels-on-rag-paper painting, “In the Foyer” by Adrian Deckbar, is an example of the artist’s lifelong preoccupation with depicting “people in their everyday environments.”
This figurative oil painting by Adrian Deckbar, "Glenn," is an example of the artist's style in 1981. Over her career Deckbar has worked in styles ranging from portraiture to photorealist scenes from nature.
Adrian Deckbar's oil painting, “Primeval II” measures 66 by 48 inches and was created in 2004. Deckbar's style is evolving from photorealism to a less precise use of brushstrokes and marks.
“Primordial” is the title of this Adrian Deckbar oil painting, done in 2004.
Adrian Deckbar's 2011 acrylic painting “Swamp Reflection” is one example of the artist's devotion to nature imagery.
Swamp Water Lilies
Adrian Deckbar's “Swamp Water Lilies,” a 24 by 86 inch oil painting, is one example of her movement away from photorealism to a more expressionist style. This painting was created in 2011.
Artist Adrian Deckbar finds inspiration in the Honey Island Swamp, between south Louisiana and Mississippi. This axrylic painting, created in 2009, measures 48 by 48 inches and is titled “Water's Edge.”
Water's Edge III
Adrian Deckbar has taught art at Tulane University and the New Orleans Academy for Fine Arts. “Water's Edge III” was created in 2010.
Water's Edge Reflection
This color reproduction is of a diptych, done in acrylic paint by Adrian Deckbar. “Water's Edge Reflection” measures 48 by 128 inches and was made in 2009.
This color reproduction is of a photorealist oil painting by Adrian Deckbar, “Cypress Reflections,” created in 2005.