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Today’s Events

  • Feb 7
    Chris Topper, Micah Krock, Chris Pothier Feb 07 to Mar 30 @Steel Door Gallery
  • Feb 7
    Abstract Showcase Feb 07 to Mar 31 @Gallery 903
  • Feb 7
    John David Forsgren, Julia Mangold Feb 07 to Mar 30 @Elizabeth Leach Gallery
  • Feb 27
    Rumors by Small Talk Collective Feb 27 to Apr 28 @Wolff Gallery
  • Mar 1
    Spectrum Mar 01 to Mar 31 @Eutectic Gallery
  • Mar 1
    Night Gallery Mar 01 to Mar 29 @Splendorporium
  • Mar 1
    Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain Mar 01 to Apr 15 @High Desert Museum
  • Mar 1
    A Touch Of Green Mar 01 to Mar 31 @Attic Gallery
  • Mar 2
    The Art of Being Young Mar 02 to Mar 30 @Steel Door Gallery
  • Mar 3
    Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme: Mar 03 to Apr 07 @Disjecta Contemporary Art Center

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Adam Hesse, Painter

Pursuant of the truth that resides in the 'in between'.
Website Hypnagogic Abundance
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Adam Hesse began pursuing painting in earnest while in college in 1997 at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. He majored in Biology and French while serving in the Marine reserves, but has always endeavored to pursue and develop his art as the singularity between the rational and the irrational; as an aid in peeking behind the veil. An avid cyclist, hiker, and outdoorsmen, He traveled extensively and lived in Corfu, Greece where he was commissioned to paint “The Creation of the Sun and the Moon” by Michealangelo (Sistine Chapel). He then painted other commissions in Greece, Sweden, and the United States. After completing a BS in Biology with a minor in Chemistry and a BA in French linguistics he did his post graduate studies in marine science at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand in 2011. A member of the Royal New Zealand Society of Science and a key-note speaker at the Pacific Voices Conference, he then returned to the U.S. where he met his life partner which brought a baby and the motivation to find a place in the world where he could explore the synergies between art and science. He has long said “where the mountains meet the sea is where you’ll find me.”