Nick Adams Sculpture

First, Nick was a kid on an outback sheep station. And an artist. Then he became a station hand, machinery operator, drover, undergraduate, ecologist, Green Corps supervisor, traveler, father, fencer, hoof trimmer, and once again an artist.

Now a sculptor, Nick mainly builds animals from wire. Initially focusing on horses, he developed a style of life-sized construction, characterised by hand-built repetitious and accurate work.

Nick avoids the use of electricity, preferring simple tools and techniques to achieve his visions.

Nick’s goal is to transform hard cold linear metals into a belief of life, the inorganic into organic.

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