Atticus Adams is a fiber artist working with metal screen or mesh. "It all started the Summer of 1992 - I was at Harvard's Career Discovery Program in architecture. I used some aluminum screen for one of the projects and by the end of that summer I new I was an artist and not an architect. I began to experiment with lots of different materials but the one consistent medium that I continued to return to was the metal mesh."
Atticus enjoys large scale site specific projects. " I enjoy the challenge of creating an environment from my sculptural forms to transform a space"
2004 Summer Sculpture Program, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT
1999 Computer Graphics, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1993 Fine Arts, Tidewater Community College, Va. Beach, VA
1992 Summer Architecture Program, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
1987 Film Studies, Regent University, Va. Beach, VA
1985 BS, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV…Read More