About The Artist
Adam King is a Pittsburgh artist who developed a love for monsters and things that go bump in the night at a very young age. He studied Studio Art at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio and started making latex Halloween masks in 2006. His artwork has been displayed at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, the Allegheny County Federal Courthouse, and the Pittsburgh Children's Museum. He was a member of Kennywood Amusement Park's Phantom Fright Nights make-up crew from October 2007 to 2015 and was an artist for the Firefly Music Festival's Style Your Soles tent in 2014. Adam has shown off and sells his work at the Pittsburgh Comic-con, Steel City Con, and HMA's Maskfest. He has also been a part of the Pittsburgh Mini Makers Faire in 2012 and 2013 and the Pittsburgh Makers Faire in 2015 where he was awarded a Makers Merit Award. Adam is also a member of the Pittsburgh Society of Artists and teaches monster-making summer camps and classes at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Adam can be contacted by email for special projects or commissions.