Kenzie Adair (Oklahoma, 1991) completed a BFA in 2014 from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA. Her solo exhibition Knee Deep debuted in August of 2018 at the SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah, GA. She has also shown her work in group exhibitions in Savannah, GA, Tulsa, OK, Oklahoma City, OK, Kansas City, MO, and Lacoste, France. In her recent work, she layers representations of nature and the body with raw fibers, pressed flowers, epoxy resin, and everyday plastic objects. Using processes of painting, digital collage, sewing, and three-dimensional fibers applications, she creates medium-scale, mixed media paintings which ask how fabricated imagery, material, and experiences are separating the body from its native environment. Currently, she is living and working in Tulsa, OK. Her mixed media work titled Lilith Nest is currently on view in the exhibition Pink: An Exploration curated by Catherine Crain, CJ Charbonneau, and Gretchen VanWormer. The exhibition is open through August 28th at the Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education in Tulsa, OK.