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 drawing, painting, printing, installation and sculpture to create dynamic sets of layered, diaphanous, repeating patterns of line, colour, form and rhythm – exploring through the physical engagement we have with the landscape, materiality, travelling, Zen practices and exploring hidden landscapes from the bacterial world. Grose forms imagery which seeks to capture moments of memory from marks we leave behind, exploring aesthetics and the object.



  • Overflow: Eco Feminism

    An exhibition of work exploring EcoFeminism in the 21st Century. A variety of artists were brought together by curator Jessica Piette to investigate Ecological Feminism in a world created under our Patriarchal system.

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  • Flow & Art at Malaca Instituto

    Adam Grose was one of eight who took part in the project Flow & Art. Over a period of three months they were tasked to produce a permanent installation in a given student accommodation. Adam explored Andalucia and produced work on three walls and the ceiling.

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  • Royal West Academy 163rd Open Exhibition

    The RWA's 163rd Open is now open from the 4th October - 29th November 2015. Two of Adam's Petrus prints were chosen for the exhibition and can be seen at the show with editions available to purchase. The show is exhibiting a wide range of works and styles, being one of the 'strongest and best shows' this year.

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  • Archives: Installations

    Adam's practice spans over 25 years and has evolved through time. Here you will be able to browse some of his installation ideas associated with the Media, Conflict and the Collateral paid as part of our shared history.

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