‘Agape’ Sculptures by Adam Graham – Now Showing
Adam specifically enjoy the challenge of creating steel sculptures from recycled, scrap and found materials, and in this show, Adam wanted to explore nature’s elements and expressions of emotions in man and animals alike.
Adam imagines the warm sun on the Chieftains face and a cool breeze on his neck as he sits with still mind and feels the rumble of hunger in his belly as he fasts. The protective gorilla roars warm breath in the wet jungle & the hammerhead shark gracefully glides through the cold dark waters searching for her next meal.
Turning the normally rigid and structural steel into smooth flowing shapes and forms whilst keeping the original colour of the steel is my signature style. Using basic traditional tools and methods is very important in my process, and leaving some parts like nuts and bolts in original form gives the viewer a sense of how the piece was created and hopefully a peek into my world as a creator.
This show represents my feelings while creating which is why Adam chose agape as the title of an ancient Greek word meaning unconditional love
To view Adam Graham latest works is now showing at Bendigo Bank Darling Square. Click below to book a viewing.Book a Viewing
Location:Bendigo Darling Square Community Bank
1 November 2020