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Adina Yoon is a Contemporary Realist Artist whose art focuses on shedding light on contemporary social issues. She is passionate about environmental rights and protecting the natural world, as her art seeks to raise awareness on these as well as other important global concerns. She is currently based in the NYC area, where she paints and draws with the aim to capture the fragile yet resiliant beauty of nature in all it's forms. Her subjects range from animal portraiture, landscapes, and still life. 

Adina Yoon graduated in 2012 from New York University with degrees in both History and Philosophy. She would go on to study at the Art Students League and then later graduate from Grand Central Atelier where she spent three years studying intensively in the classical realist tradition of painting and drawing. She currently lives and works in New York City, teaches in Long Island as well as instructs privately in clients homes. Her work has been featured in many shows, galleries and is privately collected.

Harcum College, Pre-Raphaelites, 2020


Project Space Gallery, Nature Morte, 2020


Era Contemporary, Fire and Ice Exhibition, 2019

United Nations, Walk the Talk Exhibiton, 2019


Suburban Art League, Live Demo, 2019


Teaching Studios of Art, Animal Painting Workshop, 2019

Citi De Ford Gallery, 2018

Art League of Nassau County, Live Demo, 2018

Art at the Esplanade, Group Show, 2018

Second River Studios, Plastique Trois, 2018

Studio C Gallery, Red Hot Wicked II, 2018

Eleventh Street Arts Gallery, Group Exhibition, 2018

Metropolitan Museum of Art Copyist Program, 2018

Thomas Cole House Gallery, 2018

Highline Stages, Single Fare 4, 2017

Thomas Cole House Gallery, 2017

Grand Central Atelier, Group Exhibition, 2015

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