Adam lives and works in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He has been focusing primarily on sculpture since 2014 using a variety of mixed media techniques and materials ranging from traditional sculpting with various clays and epoxies to assemblage of found objects, collage and combinations of multiple elements. Exploring themes of the science fiction and horror/macabre genre, he finds inspiration from many contemporary artists, and is also influenced by some modern art movements and artists, in particular, Robert Rauschenberg’s approach to learning and applying new processes and techniques.
For a lot of artists, the hardest thing to do is talk about yourself. Then add to that, the question of, “What’s important to include, or what’s not important?” Are biographical events important or artisitc influences, degree of education or gallery affiliation? Ultimately, what is the “About” page about?
Art is a great experiment. Art is a treasure hunt. Art is learning how to do something that you’ve never done before. Art is a mixture of materials and processes with a surprise at the end. Sometimes it’s disappointing, sometimes exciting, but it’s always satisfying. I’ve often expressed that the need to create art is like a disorder, a compulsion or habit. To see discarded objects along the highway and immediately make that connection to create something with that object. This is my “About.”