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Portrait of a Russian Ship In A New Zealand Port by Gabriel E. Adams

New Zealand Contemporary

By contemporary New Zealand/American artist Gabriel Edward Adams. The scene is a stripped Russian freighter awaiting final preparation before being towed out to sea and sunk off the coast of New Zealand. It will become a new home for aquatic life including becoming a part of the coral reef.

Adams is a young emerging international artist. He is based in Nelson, NZ and Western Massachusetts but travels and exhibits in numerous countries such as So. Korea, Kazakhstan, The Georgian Republic, Turkey, Nepal, and Western China. Mr. Adams works primarily with oils in the Plein Air School and Installation Art. Adams has studied with Eric Aho, Brenda Garand and Stewart Shils. Exhibitions in New Zealand, So. Korea, Ireland and the USA. The Kleinwald Gallery is proud to be his North American representative.The artist is scheduled to be exhibiting at the 2015 Venice Bienalle.

Artist’s Web Site http://gabriel-adams.com/
Artist’s Bio, etc. http://gabriel-adams.com/CV

Price

$1,700

Condition

New, first time on the market.

Measurements

Height: 16.75 in.
Length: 20.75 in.
Sight size: 11 1/2" X 15 1/2"

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