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!