For over a decade, Adam Sorensen has devoted his practice to the landscape as subject. In this pursuit, he zeroes in on three geographic elements: air, land, and water. Formerly a student of sculpture, woodworking, and glassblowing, now Sorensen focuses on painting, working exclusively in oil. But the restrictions end here. Sorensen’s works are at once Edenic and post-apocalyptic, a celebration of the sublimity of nature and a synthetic fantasy.
Sorensen earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in sculpture from Alfred University in New York and a post-baccalaureate certificate in painting from the Studio Arts College International in Florence. His work may be found in collections such as the Boise Art Museum, Portland Art Museum, and Tacoma Art Museum.