Artist profile: Rose Adams
Rose Adams has been painting professionally since receiving her BFA in 1982. Lately, her work uses collage, and plays with sharp representation dissolving into forms of abstraction. Her commercial painting is about gardens, natural history and birds, while in her non-commercial work, she investigates how we portray the brain and neuroscience. Rose teaches part time at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and lives in Dartmouth with her two children, Manuel and Flor Angie, and with a german shepherd and a parrot.
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