Born in 1973 - United Kingdom
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Adam Green was born in England in 1973. He studied painting at Kingston University from 1994 to 1997.
Adam has exhibited regularly in London, the South East, as well as Asia.
He was included in The Royal Academy, Summer Exhibition 2005 and has shown yearly at the Battersea Affordable Art Fair since 2007. In 2011 he won Surrey Artist of the Year and in 2012 and 2013 he exhibited at The Korean International Art Fair in Seoul where he was one of the highest selling artists. In London he has also exhibited at Sheridan Russell Gallery, Medici Gallery and more recently at Flowers Gallery, Cork St in their yearly show ‘Small is Beautiful’.
Painting is something that rules my everyday existence. An inescapably compulsive urge to work results in the marrying of the mundane and the domestic with dreams and images of the unattainable and the beautiful. Meditative detail-work lies on layers of thrown and trickled paint – a first chaos which is drawn into a cohesion by time-eked care and precision, hopefully resulting in a faint hum of both tension and mutual harmony between the two.
The overall result is a minutely hand-crafted pop art infused with a mysticism that works across planes, layers and unexpected depths and axes. Often, the familiar and the domestic verge on becoming objects of unknown power and meaning, with work that revels in processes and thrives on unthinking at itself and its audience.
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