With his sculptures of animals, Mark Edward Adams aims to capture and convey emotion. Get insight into this artist’s process, from his clay “sketches” to his finished bronze works, as he divulges his inspirations, including Noodles, a therapeutic riding horses at the Helen Woodward Center. (3:55)
CREDITS: Executive Producer, Barbarella Fokos; Director, David Fokos; Videography, Deejay Viloria; Editing, Deejay Viloria; Music, Summertime Instrumental by CDK, Goodbye War Hello Peace by teru
Sculptor Mark Edward Adams has always had an affinity for animals. As artistic subjects, he says, animals “can be the ideal vehicles to convey the joys and tragedies of life.” Mark was the first artist to be featured on Art Pulse TV, and filming his segment was a particular pleasure for our executive producers David and Barbarella Fokos, not only for the glimpse Mark afforded of his process, but also for the sweet horses they got to meet at the Helen Woodward Animal Center.
See the segment featuring Mark just below, and then check out his Q&A with Barbarella, in which the artist shares what he’s been up to recently.
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