Addison Namnoum is a self-taught artist working in oils and photography. She is primarily concerned with memory and how it works its nostalgia on us: No matter the medium, the images she creates reach for a specific expression of time and place through color, light, and composition. Her most recent body of paintings follows her relationship with the Maine coastal landscape, where she grew up summering as a girl.
In her series of photos titled Traces: Return to Basilicata, she explores the visual landscape of southern Italy, where she traveled, worked, and lived for the spring of 2014 while she composed a collection of short stories tied to her family history.
Made in Italy: Intercultural Encounters in the Veneto, Deering Commons, Bar Harbor, ME
Come to Dinner, COA Pop-Up Gallery, Bar Harbor, ME
Awards & Honors
Presidential Scholarship, College of the Atlantic
COA Magazine, Fall Issue 2016
L'Ephemere Review, Issue II, November 2016
JuxtaProse Magazine, Volume 10, Spring 2017
College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, ME
BA, Human Ecology