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Honolulu artist Bridgette Adams is the founder and publisher of the successful wedding magazine, Hawaii Bride & Groom. Originally from southern Kentucky, she earned her Bachelor degree in commercial art and advertising at Indiana State University. She moved to Hawaii in 1972.

Bridgette’s formal training and business career have finally afforded her the opportunity to focus on her first love, drawing and painting. Her long time friend and fellow artist, Peggy Chun provided the encouragement and inspiration to pursue watercolor in 1999.

Bridgette works in a variety of media including watercolor, pastel, gouache and colored pencil. The mixture of cultures found in the islands has strongly influenced and inspired her work as evidenced by her colorful florals, portraits and bold Kabuki images.

With her personal goal “ to put more mileage on my brush”, Bridgette has studied with well known watercolor artists, Helen Iaea, Peggy Chun, Stephen Quiller, Eric Weigardt, and Jean Grastorf.

Her evolving work has received numerous awards since 1999 and is included in the Hawaii State Foundation On Culture and The Arts collection. Bridgette’s work is currently shown at Cedar Street Galleries in Honolulu, Nohea Galleries in Honolulu and Waikiki, and Sunshine Arts in Kahuluu.

Bridgette lives in Honolulu and El Segundo, California with her husband Bob Greb.


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