Across the Sea of Dreams 22x30
Adam describes himself as a LGBTQ+ artist, painter and sculpture working in what he describes as Pop Surrealism and painted boro textiles. He is best known for his use of fantastic imagery and symbolism to illustrate abstract and esoteric concepts. His full repertoire includes painting, sculpture, film, fashion, interior design and performance art .
Adams works have been featured in the book Japanland: A year in search of wa, by Karin Muller and the documentary of the same name aired in the US on PBS and The National Geographic Channel and the BBC. His works were used in the art museum scenes in the Japanese movie “Spit and Honey’. Adams works have been shown in many galleries and museums internationally including the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and the Buffalo History Museum, his works have been shown in
public collections from Kyoto to Oxford in the United Kingdom and are in private collections worldwide.
Adam currently lives between New York, North Carolina and Japan also summering
in Provincetown. His talent across a large variety of medias while inferring themes from the mythological to the whimsical and surrealist make him one of the most unusual talents on the international contemporary art scene.