Painter Adam Mysock was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1983 On account of a steady stream of folk tales from his mother, his father's vividly dyed work clothes, and a solid Midwestern work ethic, he developed an interest in painting and drawing all things Americana from a very early age. Mysock earned a BFA in Painting and Art History by 2004 from Tulane University and an MFA from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
Shortly after, he became the mural coordinator for the City of Cincinnati's MuralWorks mural program. In 2008, Mysock became a Professor of Practice at Tulane University where he currently teaches and maintains a studio. Mysock's work has been exhibited in Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Georgia, Mississippi and Louisiana and is in private collections across the US. In 2012 he was awarded first prize “Best in Show” in the Ogden Museum’s Louisiana Contemporary Annual Juried Exhibition. Mysock exhibited at Pulse Miami Art Fair in December 2012 with Jonathan Ferrara Gallery and was selected for the 2013 Edition of New American Paintings. He is scheduled to participate in a group exhibition at the Dishman Art Museum in Beaumont, Texas in 2013.
Mysock lives in New Orleans and is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery.
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