For a number of years Adrian has been producing precipitated paintings, using the forces of gravity to channel the paint over canvases and objects. He has created numerous puddle paintings, which vary from the tactile and sumptuous to the smooth and fluid born out of the use of the tensions between different painting mediums.
Fundamentally Adrian is a contemporary artist, whose work explores the materiality of his medium, allowing the paint to create its own shapes and patterns through gravity and time. Adrian has a deep-rooted interest in physics and therefore has a scientific approach to his art, which culminates in his creative use of geometric patterns combined with free-flowing fluids. His work has always been a play between ordered and disordered states.
Adrian has a history of commissions and awards producing installations and workshops as well as selling artworks to many collections including University College Falmouth, The One Aldwych London and The British Embassy in Tokyo. This exhibition will showcase re-discovered paintings many of which have never been seen before in public along side new works and old favourites.