Adrianne Lobel has had solo exhibitions in New York City at The Bowery Gallery, where she was a member for 16 years,  The Carter Burden Gallery, The Warren St. Gallery, Walter Wickiser Gallery, The New York Studio School, and in upstate New York at The Fenimore Museum , Atwater Gallery, Sharada Gallery, Marianne Corville Gallery, and The Mabbitsville Gallery.

Group Exhibitions include: Julia Saul Gallery (curated by Isaac Mizrahi), and Julie Keyes Gallery (curated by George Negroponte) and a number of New York Studio School Alumni Shows.

Previously Lobel was an internationally known stage designer. Her credits include the Broadway productions of Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award winning musical Passion, The Diary of Anne Frank (both directed by James Lapine), On The Town directed by George C. Wolfe, and A Year with Frog and Toad directed by David Petrarca which she also produced.

Collaborating with Peter Sellars she designed sets for Nixon in China (The Metropolitan Opera), Dr. Atomic (San Franciso Opera), The Rake's Progress (Le Chatelet Paris), The Magic Flute (Glyndebourne Festival Opera), The Mikado (Chicago Lyric Opera.), The Marriage of Figaro (Pepsico Summerfare NY and many others), Cosi Fan Tutte (Pepsico Summerfare NY and many others).

For choreographer Mark Morris she designed L'Allegro, Il Penseroso ed il Moderato (La Monnaie-Brussels, BAM), The Hard Nut (La Monnaie Brussels, BAM), Orfeo ed Euridice (BAM, Edinburgh) Platee (The Royal Opera, London, NYCO), King Arthur (English National Opera and NYCO) and Acis and Galatea at Zellarbach Hall San Francisco. She has also worked with choreographers Christopher Wheeldon, Eliot Feld, and Donald Byrd.

And for Francesca Zambello she designed the sets for An American Tragedy (Metropolitan Opera), Street Scene (Houston Grand Opera), Lady in the Dark (The National Theater, London) and a new musical Little House on the Prairie at The Guthrie Theatre.

Ms. Lobel has won the Lucille Lortel Award, the Obie Award, Long Wharf's Murphy Award, The Joseph Jefferson Award, as well as Drama Desk, Maharam, Helen Hayes, FANY, and Tony nominations.

She holds an MFA from the Yale School of Drama, and is a graduate of the New York Studio School Certificate Program where she recently won a Mercedes Matter award.