June Adler, a signature member of the National Watercolor Society, has received numerous awards in juried art exhibitions and is represented in many private and corporate collections and in the permanent collection of the McAllen International Museum, McAllen, Texas. Having been included in exhibitions at the Laguna Beach Museum of Art and the Palm Springs Desert Museum, Ms. Adler was also selected for a one person traveling exhibition that toured Universities and Libraries across the United States for five years. Besides creating her own artwork in a variety of media, she has represented other artists, and is one of the original founders of Archway Gallery in Houston, the longest running artist partnership gallery in the United States. Having been involved in various aspects of the visual arts for most of her life, June Adler wrote her first play in 1999 and has had five short plays produced. She has written a book of humorous short fiction ("Strangers in the Attic") and before moving to Alpine from Houston, was a frequent reader in the Archway Gallery Reading Series and Scriptwriters Houston.
Click on images for a full view. To see June making art in her home studio, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7AEPz1Em8M&list=PL7kG7tderHcMZZDwITvRlyCj8LqAMbLQh&index=7&t=39s