Kevin H. Adams is best known for his American landscape paintings. He has long worked in and with America’s National Parks on special projects, including multiple commissions from the U.S. Department of the Interior. The U.S. Department of State has displayed Kevin’s work in embassies around the world, and Kevin also has painted abroad in France, Italy, Ireland, Scotland, England, Cuba and Chile. Formerly an officer in the United States Marine Corps, Kevin was a combat artist and, after his service ended, the government of the Soviet Union hosted a traveling solo exhibition of Kevin’s work. Kevin now lives and keeps his studio in the town of Little Washington, Virginia. He is represented there by the Gay Street Gallery, in the District of Columbia by the Watergate Gallery, and in Blue Hill, Maine by the Handworks Gallery.