Perhaps it is her tall frame and finely chiseled features that make me think of Adrienne Kammerer as an angel, fallen, or animated from stone, rising from a masoleum. Then again, the content of her artwork could be adding to this effect as well. A self taught artist, Kammerer makes exquisite drawings in graphite, depicting occult happenings in imagined histories, unsettling landscapes and humorous subversions of popular imagery. Just four years ago, having abandoned an education in graphic design, Kammerer picked up a pencil to while away the dull hours spent sitting a vintage shop. That she excelled at drawing is one thing, but that she enjoys it enough to spend the countless hours needed to create her precise, yet fluid images allows for her success. Recently exhibiting in IRQ and Best in Show, and published in Walrus Magazine (May 2012 issue), Kammerer will be participating in 8 Days No Contact, at Narwhal Gallery, Opening May 3, 2013.