Adrian Kay Wong’s work reserves a sentimentality for the quiet and ordinary settings of the everyday. His paintings isolate and encapsulate these moments, looking to examine the visual details and structures that compose them. Wong investigates a cohesiveness in his image-making through the repeating of basic gestures in the construction of his shapes. Compounded by a visual alliteration of duplicated forms and reoccurring motifs, Wong establishes an organizational method that explores relationships in fundamentals of color, value, composition, and form. Wong received his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2013. He has exhibited in solo and group shows across the United States and internationally, including Zevitas Marcus, A+D Museum, and Joseph Gross Gallery. His work has been featured in publications such as New American Paintings, Friend of the Artist, and Artmaze Mag. He was also interviewed in episode 176 of the Sound and Vision podcast.