Wednesday 8th May to Sunday 19th May. The Robert Phillips Gallery, Riverhouse Barn, Walton on Thames. Supported by the RC Sherriff Trust. Private View Saturday 11th May, 5pm – 7pm. Contact email@example.com for invitation. Richard’s Haunted Selfie work explores four things. Channelling and managing extreme … Continue readingHaunted Selfies Exhibition
I have my next album out on all streaming services, released on the 4th December it’s called Central Line. Search for Richard F Adams.
After four serious operations, a serious hospital superbug infection and other complications, the year 2018 can’t come to a close fast enough and I hope I can stabilise next year. At the start of the year my work was still based around the Modern Beauty … Continue reading2018, a review; towards a computational expressionism
A lot of writing has been done on how narcissistic selfie culture is and indeed it’s a valid interpretation. The notion that someone feels their life is of interest to others does display a degree of narcissism. My take on selfies and selfie culture is … Continue readingRomanticism and Selfie culture
I was recently thinking about how oncoming death affects artists and their creativity and I remarked how struck I was by the sadness in late Rembrandt self portraits and how they reflect my own current state of mind. A long chain of associative thinking got … Continue readingHaunted selfies; the digital Dorian Gray – works for sale
This post is about my Modern Beauty exhibition, details of which can be found here. The work I do is aimed at you. I don’t make it for galleries and dealers, but that, of course, is where they have to be displayed in order to … Continue readingMy work
Short radio interview on Brooklands Radio in Surrey.
Available on all major services, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Deezer, Amazon and others. Just search for Richard F Adams. Track Listing 1 Coffee Shop Waltzer – a simple waltz, just for fun. 7:49 2 Diamond Waterfalls – atmospheric space music 6:30 3 Train Time – … Continue readingNew Album is out now
I very excited to have an exhibition of work coming up at Haslemere museum in March 2018. http://www.haslemeremuseum.co.uk/ Haslemere is 45 minutes from London Waterloo by rail (Portsmouth Line) or 30 down the A3 if you join it from the M25 at Cobham.
I occasionally write short stories and books. They can be found on Kindle around the world. UK Kindle USA Kindle