“To understand the world, you must first understand a place like Mississippi.”

—William Faulkner

Adrienne Domnick, a visual artist from Mississippi whose work is an exploration of sound, light, and bold colors through paint on a variety of surfaces. Her approach—redefining blank spaces by manipulating color and light to emphasize a particular expression, image, or emotion. She aims to rediscover black culture through the lens of contemporary art. Domnick also leverages her creative perspective to bridge the gap between community and art. Championing many of the creative initiatives in Jackson’s Midtown community in her roles as President of the Business Association of Midtown and Co-Founder of AND Gallery—an artist-run space for contemporary art.