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The work Adam produces comes from a pure and vulnerable place. He is deeply inspired by the music he listens to and the movements that come out of this.
Regarding his paintings, he utilizes calligraphy pens and oil paint during this process. His process would be considered "stream of consciousness" or "jazz painting".
He incorporates the emotions he is feeling during the time of creation using the emotional aspect of color and the rigidness of the black calligraphy pen. The themes surrounding his paintings include connection, spirituality, and love.
Regarding Adam's photos, each one is similar to a painting, as colors compliment the chosen manipulated subject. Formulated with a dreamy atmosphere these photos produce an awe-inspiring nostalgia for the viewer.
The mystic nature of Adam’s style moves the audience to feel its strength, providing a window into the heart of
These crafted pieces carry a moral and spiritual dimension standing for simplicity and connection.
Austin based photographer and painter, Adam Starr, has been creating abstract works for the past several years. He first started producing artwork after attending a photography class while studying at Indiana University.
Adam feels spiritually called to create art. His practice is cathartic for him. The stream of consciousness method he utilizes helps him fully express and release his emotions.
His work has been shown at Gallery 924 in Indianapolis, IN and R Gallery in Boulder, CO among others. He’s proud to be a finalist in the Passepartout Photo Prize in Rome 2020. In addition, he was honored to show his work at Zhou B Art Center in Chicago, IL (March-May 2020).
Non Space Collective, London, UK, “Brave New World” Virtual Exhibition, May 2021
Albe Art Gallery, “Speechless” Virtual Exhibition, May 2021
Lost Dog Gallery, Artifacts of 2020, February 2021, Indianapolis, Indiana
Harrison Center for the Arts, “Dogs and Cats Show”, May 2021
Siilk Gallery, Solo Exhibition, Athens, Greece
Boomer Gallery, London, England, “The New Artist” Magazine Feature/ Virtual Exhibit March 2021
Harrison Center for the Arts, Annual Color Exhibition, December 2020, Indianapolis, Indiana
Nickel Plate Arts, Noblesville, Indiana (Gold Standard Exhibition), November 2020
Fishers Art Council (Juried Exhibition), Fishers City Hall Art Gallery, Fishers, Indiana, October 2020
Featured Artist at Murphy Art Center (First Friday Event), Fountain Square, Indianapolis, Indiana, Friday September 4th
Yellow: A Color Exhibition, Garfield Park Arts Center, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 2020
May Virtual Exhibition, The Living Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, May 2020
Art Diaries (March-May), Zhou B Art Center, 1029 W 35th St, Chicago, IL
Show Me Yours, Show You Mine Show (March), Lost Dog Gallery, 1040 E New York St, Indianapolis, Indiana
Terms of Endearment (February), Nickel Plate Arts, 107 S. 8th St., Noblesville, IN
2016 BSPA in Nonprofit Management from Indiana University
abstract paintings, abstract photography, large scale photographs, abstract artist, oil paintings