Painter · Sculptor
Born September 20, 1949, New York, New York
Painter and psychologist Ed Adams has a gallery space and studio at the Union Square Complex in New Hope, Pennsylvania. His passion for art goes back to time spent at seminary where a colleague gave him a gift of clay and brushes. He has a masters degree in education, a doctorate in psychology and widespread recognition as a sculptor and a painter. Known for his "Rainbow House" to benefit a home for teens, his "Courage and Compassion" memorial to Raoul Wallenberg and his bust of Oskar Schindler, cast in an edition of four, one of which is now at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Applying paint without brush, allowing texture to happen as the image unfolds and applying color intuitively, allowing story to unfold as material is applied, shaped and manipulated.