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Adam Binder

LIVES:
Lives and works in the Cotswolds

CAREER:
Adam is one of Britians leading wildlife sculptors, Adam uses simple lines and flowing forms to achieve both emotion and movement. Nature is Adams passion and is a constant distraction. He will oberve and study the subject of his work to ensure he casptures its exact spirt and detail.

AWARDS:
Adam has won the Davis Shepard Wildlife Artist of the year award in 2010 and he was elected a member of the Society of wildlife Artists in 2011.

MEDIUMS USED IN WORK:
Bronze

SUBJECTS OF WORK:
Nature and wildlife

EXHIBITIONS:
Fresh Contemporary Art Fair Young Jamieson Fine Art, Launch Exhibition Society of Wildlife Artists, Natural Eye Exhibition BIRDscapes Gallery, SWLA Members Exhibition David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year Fresh Air, Quennington Sculpture Trust Gallery Different, various Osbourne Studio Gallery, various Sinfield Gallery, various Jerram Gallery, various Petworth Antiques and Fine Art Fair Royal College of Art Fair Moncrieff-Bray Gallery, various Sculpture at Marks Hall Collier and Dobson, various Josephine Harpur Gallery, various Drang Galleries, various Elegance and Form, Wyndcliffe Court Sculpture Gardens Art in the Garden, West Lavington Manor Henley Festival Albion Gallery, various Cambridge City Art Fair Cookham Festival Sculpture Garden Eye for Art, Menier Gallery Animal Art Fair, London Sculpture Exhibition, ArtParkS, Guernsey Artspace, Barn Galleries Wildlife and Sporting Art, Wykeham Gallery ING Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries Encore Exhibition, Royal West of England Academy Royal Society of Miniature Painters, Sculptors and Gravers Royal Society of Marine Artists, Mall Galleries National Exhibition Wildlife Art (NEWA) Geedon Gallery – Seven Artists Seven Sculptors

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