Wednesday 17 March 2010

Adam Boulter

The prologue to John: yet the world did not know him, Monoprint on paper 8"x10"
Jesus is Made to Bear His Cross, 11"x15", Oil
Adam Boulter writes:

"My work has two dominant tensions. The first is between the abstract and the figurative, where we work out if the world is as we see it and find out how we make the world seem to our selves. The second is between the exterior space where we encounter others and the world, and the interior space where we encounter ourselves. I have found that the tension and space created by these two sets of tensions forces me to notice God. Much of my work has revolved around landscape and religious themes. It is concerned with a sense of belonging and of the sacred in places as diverse as the inner-city and deserts, and in ancient stories, myths and sacred texts."
BA Theology: Cambridge
MA Drawing: Kingston
BA Fine Art: Bath
Foundation: Central St Martins
Adam has exhibited frequently in and around London.

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