June Adler moved from Houston, Texas to the charming town of Alpine in the Big Bend area of West Texas in 2005. There, Adler became a member of CatchLight Art Gallery, where she exhibits her original works in watercolor, oil, acrylic, collage, photography, and jewelry. She is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society, has received numerous awards in juried art exhibitions and is included in many private and corporate collections, including the permanent collection of the McAllen International Museum in McAllen, Texas.

Adler has been involved in various aspects of the visual arts for most of her life. She wrote her first play in 1999 and has had five short plays produced. In 2009, Stranger in the Attic, her book of twenty one humorous short stories, was published. In 2010, she wrote the scripts for two short movies, which she co-produced.