Constellations for the New Millennium

Adam Blue is an artist liv­ing and work­ing in rural New Hamp­shire. He has an MFA from the Cal­i­for­nia Col­lege of the Arts; serves as Edu­ca­tion Direc­tor at AVA Gallery and Art Cen­ter in Lebanon, NH; and is the Art Edi­tor of The White­fish Review , a nationally-acclaimed lit­er­ary and arts jour­nal. His art­work was recently fea­tured in the exhi­bi­tion AstroEx­plorer at the Main Street Museum in White River Junc­tion, Ver­mont. His series of draw­ings Con­stel­la­tions for the New Mil­len­nium (now num­ber­ing over 70 images, with many included in the book AstroEx­plorer) posits that the celes­tial nar­ra­tive we learned as chil­dren may no longer be rel­e­vant to con­tem­po­rary life and pro­poses a new sym­bol set for the heav­ens, includ­ing a new suite of zodiac signs!