Contemporary artist Addie Chapin utilizes various media to create uncommon expressions of color, composition, and texture. Her works are primarily abstract, using primitive form and repitition to convey a visual narrative amidst an evolving field of color.
She received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Georgia in 2011. The following years proved vital to her creative development when she served as designer, editor, set decorator, and art director for local and national projects. In 2014, she established a studio residence in Chattanooga, Tennessee and began showing her art publicly. Her work has since been acquired for commercial and private collections in New York, Atlanta, and Nashville.