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About Addison Likins

Addison Likins Addison Likins is a James Madison University graduate in English and Journalism who studied photography and film making at the University of Virginia graduate school. He worked as an editor and reporter at the Harrisonburg, Va. Daily News-Record, taught English and Journalism at Orange County, Va. High School, and worked as an art and technical designer, and later as a senior analyst and manager for the Prince George’s County Schools in Maryland. He retired from the Maryland school district in 2011, and since then has pursed his artistic passions. He currently exhibits in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. Over the past three years he has been selected for over 20 Juried Shows at the Maryland Federation of Art galleries in the Lowe House of Delegates, The Annapolis Circle Gallery and the Annapolis Marine Museum, winning the Juror’s award in the spring of 2021 along with the Conley Award for 3-D Art, along with multiple Juried shows at the Hill Center Art Gallery, on Capital Hill, Washington, DC. In September, 2021 his sculpture “Dance Like No One is Watching” was accepted and installed at Oxon Hill Manor near National Harbor. His sculpture, photography and Poetry were selected for the December of 2018 juried show at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery located next to the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the Edward R. Myerburg Center in Baltimore in November, 2018. He was also selected for the Juried Maryland State Arts Council Show in Baltimore Maryland for December, 2018 through January, 2019. He received honorable mention in the International’ “Scapes_2018” contest and was short listed in the 2018 International Motif Collector juried show, “Silhouettes”. He has had multiple appearances in juried shows at the Anne Marie Sculpture Gardens and Art Center, in Solomons, Md. where he won a Juror’s Award in 2017, the Underground Gallery of Arlington, Va., the Lynchburg Academy Center of the Arts in Lynchburg, Virginia, the Fredericksburg, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts where has been awarded one third place and four honorable mentions, multiple appearances at the Mattawoman Creek Art Center, Marbury, Md, taking third in an all media juried show in 2017, The Waldorf West Library, Waldorf, MD, the Charlotte Veterans Home, Charlotte Hall, Md, and the Community Banks of the Chesapeake in Waldorf and LaPlata, MD. He has shown sculptures in juried shows at the Mattawoman Creek Art Center, the Fredericksburg Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the Underground Gallery in Alexandria, Virginia, the Circle Gallery and Lowe House of Delegates in Annapolis, Maryland, and the Pepco Edison Gallery in Washington, D.C. His most recent photographic publications were in the Mensa Bulletin Magazine with center spreads in the March, 2017 and August 2015 editions. He was featured on the covers of the July, 2017 and September, 2018 editions of the Mensa Bulletin Magazine. The Fredericksburg Virginia Free-Lance Star published his photograph, “Waiting for the Train” in August, 2017, was published in the Maryland Department of Natural Resources 2016 Calendar and magazine, and the Community Bank of the Chesapeake Calendar for 2017, 2018 and 2019. He was one of the artists featured in the 2021 “Artist of Maryland, Visual Art” edited by the First Lady of Maryland, Yumi Hogan. He also has had solo shows at the Quality Printers Gallery, White, Plains, Md, The Commissioners” Gallery, La Plata, Md, the Mattawoman Creek Art Center, Marbury, Md. and the University of Maryland Charles County Regional Medical Center. He currently has a solo show at the Town Hall of La Plata, MD through August, 2018. He had a duo show in August, 2018 at the Fredericksburg Virginia Creative Arts Center and has been selected for Paul’s Homewood Café in Annapolis in June, July 2019. He was featured as an artist in an article in the Maryland Independent, September 4, 2018, issue, and recently surpassed 100 million views of his photographs on Google Maps. He received honorable mentions in three categories; photography, sculpture and poetry in the Beacon Press Celebration of the Arts Juried show in 2017, and third place in Sculpture in 2019. Three of his photographs have been selected by National Geographic Editors in the past and was a part time photographer and journalist for the Maryland Independent prior to the Pandemic. He is currently a part time Media Aide for Maryland State Senator Arthur Ellis, 28th district.