my landscapes

Australia is an intriguing place. The diversity of colour and texture has had a profound effect on how Adam sees and then visually interprets our land.

Often drawing on imagination rather than fact (reference material) his approach is often spontaneous and brief, leaving an impression of what has been remembered rather than rendering a true depiction.

lead a horse to water, 2003
1220 x 710mm acrylic on canvas.

old iron bark, 2001
850 x 1100mm acrylic on canvas.

can’t see the forest for the trees, 2000
1310 x 1805mm acrylic on canvas.

ghost gums, 2001
850 x 1100mm acrylic on canvas. sold.

lost at sea, 2003
1805 x 1310mm acrylic on canvas.

brewing, 2001
420 x 890mm acrylic on canvas.

beach scape, 2001
420 x 890mm acrylic on canvas.

the wandering path, 2005
760 x 560mm. acrylic, ink and collage on paper. framed.

day break over the olgas, 2009
760 x 560mm. mixed media on paper. framed.

dreaming of the olgas, 2009
760 x 560mm. mixed media on paper. framed.

the Inception, realisation
and resonance

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