About The Artist

 

Madam Muse 

Adrienne "Madam" Muse is a self taught visual artist, illustrator, muralist, and designer based in Los Angeles whose love for portraiture exploded her art career. As a realism artist Adrienne first began her study of portraits experimenting with charcoal which soon developed into mediums such as acrylic, spray paints, and now her favorite medium oil. She uses her style of realism to showcase how she sees life in the subjects of her paintings. Her inspiration for the art she creates is to honor those who came before her and to be a representation for women of color in the art world.

 

Adrienne has used her distinctive style to collaborate with multiple brands and press publications like The New York Times, Teen Vogue, Hyundai, Sally Hansen, Coca-Cola, GLAAD Media Awards, Super Bowl 2022, Showtime & The Chi, Twenties, Netflix, Insecure, HBO, and McDonalds just to name a few. Her work has even caught the attention of celebrities like Issa Rae, Ava DuVernay, Lena Waithe, Oprah Winfrey, Kendrick Lamar, and many more. Adrienne also creates queer content with her wife and children and has amassed over 1 million plus followers on TikTok, Youtube, and Instagram called @Thee Muses. No doubt Adrienne’s amazing talent and hard work continues to take her brand to the next level in the art industry and social media. Her creative style allows her to express herself so that she lives her life with no regrets. Adrienne “Madam” Muse is a power house and she will continue to share her art with the world.

 

Brand Collaborations

  • Smirnoff  
  • Sally Hansen
  •  Netflix
  • The Honey Pot Co
  • GLAAD Awards
  • Hyundai                                                                          
  • NFL
  • SoFi Stadium        
  • HBO Max
  • Vegas
  • Showtime Network
  • Amazon Prime
  • Virgin Atlantic
  • FX
  • Hulu
  • TikTok
  • PBS
  • Spotify
  • Coca-Cola
  • McDonalds
  • Warner Music Group
  • WE TV

Featured Press

  • Architectural Digest
  • Teen Vogue
  • New York Times
  • E! Online
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Entertainment Tonight
  • LA Mag
  • Rolling Out
  • Essence Magazine
  • Big Cartel
  • Afro Punk
  • CR Fashionbook