Exhibitions

Artfinder

Contact

 

cmr

Mindscape Images of Current Work
Click Image to download
 
 

 


Welcome

Welcome to Adam Grose's website where you will be able to access most of his practice, writing, publications, research and explorations. The website is updated on a regular basis and worth checking back once a week.

Artist Statement

Adam R. Grose is an artist, writer and tutor with a wide range of experience whose practice is informed through exploring Poetics, Ecological Feminism and Pilgrimage. Grose utilises traditional drawing, painting, printing, installation and sculpture to create dynamic sets of layered, diaphanous, repeating patterns of line, tone, colour, form and rhythms - layering as a metaphor for the archaeology of time and exploring the physical engagement we have with reality.

Grose explores the role of mapping, inter-cultural exchange, the importance of diversity, aesthetics and their relationship to cultural identity. Through travelling, walking, Zen practice and exploring ideas on landscape, using maps and extracting soil bacteria, he forms imagery seeking to capture moments of memory and experience from the marks we leave behind.



Latest News


Somerset Art Works : Open Studios

Fantastic News: Adam has been awarded an Emerging Artist Opportunity for SAW's Open Studios at Contains Art in Watchet. See new work as it is developed, learn about his process, make some art, partake in some workshops, as well as the opportunity to purchase a range of original work. More details here.

17th Sept - 2nd October 2016

 
Adam will be taking part in the Taunton Live events happening from the 18th July - 24th July 2016. During the week he will sketch and draw events as they happen for a big painting to be unveiled at the end of the week. The painting will be exhibited at Tacci Morris, Taunton.

 
 

 
 

Adam appears in this issue of Artspread which has just been published.


 
Helicon Creative Arts Magazine

'His daring yet instinctual pieces, a mixture of fixed shaped circles and fluid squiggles, questioned the boundless ability of the sphere.'

Annabel Atkins

Petrus: Pangaea

Oil Paint, Medium, Norfolk Paper | Aug 2015