The Harry Adams exhibition Nothing Remains Unchanged But The Clouds is now open at AirSpace Gallery and runs to the 2nd June 2018.
A Limited Edition Series of 31 Mighty Oak Saplings in Artist Made, Raku-Fired Ceramic Pots are available to adopt exclusively from AirSpace Gallery.
Own a piece of original Harry Adams ceramic ware but more importantly Adopt your own Mighty Oak Sapling*. Read More
Nothing Remains Unchanged But The Clouds
28th April – 2nd June
And Artist Talk With Harry Adams
Saturday 28th April 2pm-5pm*
An exhibition of paintings vs trees (and strategies in art avoidance).
ON THE OPENING DAY
EDITION OF 31 OAK SAPLINGS Read More
IN ARTIST MADE POTS
AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
Harry Adams³ and the L-13 Light Industrial Workshop⁴ has a spirited and highly dynamic LOVE/hate hate hate HATE/love relationship with Art and the Art World. Read More
Over the past 30 years as practising artists Steve Lowe and Adam Wood (aka Harry Adams) have developed strategies to enable themselves to function with creative freedom and, to the best of their ability, avoid what they consider the restrictive, prescriptive and destructive norms of contemporary art practice. An art orthodoxy they see as rendered near impotent and lacking in the elemental primacy, spiritual power or search for meaning that informed the high arts of past ages, or the critical/moral outrage and courage that informed the fights and challenges against dominant culture in the avant-garde movements of the modernist era.
Harry Adams will be showing new work as part of the exhibition Nothing Remains Unchanged But The Clouds at AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-On-Trent. Read More
As part of an upcoming Harry Adams exhibition at AirSpace Gallery in Stoke-On-Trent, L-13’s Steve Lowe will be taking part in the gallery’s curriculum programme in partnership with Staffordshire University with an artist talk on Thursday 16th November. Read More