Jeff Adams inBronze Studio-Gallery-Foundry

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Jeff Adams inBronze Studio-Gallery-Foundry

309 West Wesley Avenue
Mount Morris, IL 61054
Ogle County
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The bronze sculptures of Jeff Adams capture the intangible elements that surround and dwell within us. Wind and waves, fleeting emotions, or echoes of ancient myths are all melded together using gestures, composition, line and most importantly flow, to create the feeling and spirit of the sculpture. His aim is to breathe life in the clay figures he creates. It is only then that the process to transform these elusive feelings into the permanent solidity of bronze begins.

Adams says, “it is the flow and emotion of his work that brings his bronzes to life. In Jeff's work, he believes how a theme or emotion is transformed into an object of visual impact and beauty is more significant than the subject that is depicted.” "I like my work to show some of the evolution that takes place in the creation of a sculpture. Rather than making actual images, I like to sculpt suggestion." Jeff sees his figurative sculptures as a suggestion of the human spirit.

Never static, Adams sculptures and monuments flow with the movement of wind and waves capturing the intricate details, graceful lines, and energy of the subjects he depicts.

Private art collectors wishing to purchase or commission a sculpture from Jeff Adams are invited to visit inBronze Studio, Gallery and Foundry or tour the sculptures section on his website.

Adams is also available for public and corporate commissions of monumental work.

inBronze is located approximately 100 miles west of Chicago, Illinois, in the picturesque small town of Mt. Morris, Illinois. Open for tour by appointment.

Additional Info

Address:
309 West Wesley Avenue
City:
Mount Morris
State:
IL
Zipcode:
61054
Phone:
815-734-7578
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