Adam’s Dialogue sculptures are deliberately ambiguous, exploring personal emotions or commenting on a social or political event. Each piece can be read in two different ways depending on the observer’s point of view.

“I’ve always liked to use multiple elements in my work, and the relationship between them maybe be harmonious, or discordant, or somewhere in between. Often these sculptures have an allegorical or metaphorical undertone that is intended to be thought provoking. While I might perceive an element as a fence post, one viewer might see the same element as a tree, and another as a person or a figure.”

In each of Adam’s Dialogue sculptures, the glass elements are fixed on a furnace-cast glass base.

  • Stand Back!

    Stand Back!

  • Don't Fence Me In IV

    Don’t Fence Me In IV

  • Conversation III

    Conversation III