Adam Thomas Rees Artist

Polymerclay Sculptor

 

T 801.910.4781

Email:adamthomasrees@gmail.com

Profile

Born in 1978 in Eugene, Oregon.  Adam has been working in polymerclay for over twelve years.  He currently lives in Utah with his wife, Tracy, a graduate student at the University of Utah.   


Representation

Canyon Road Contemporary 2013 - Present

403 Canyon Road

Santa Fe, NM 87501

505.983.0433

http://www.crcainc.com/


A Gallery   2012 - present

1321 South

2100 east

Salt Lake City, UT 84108

801.583.480

http://www.agalleryonline.com/


Terzian Galleries    2011 - Present

309 Main Street

PO Box 3359

Park City, UT 84060

435.649.4927

http://www.terziangalleries.com/


Blackfish Gallery    2007 - Present

112 Morris Street

La Conner, WA 98257

360.399.1042

http://www.bisonbronze.com/



Awards

3rd place, 2013 Polymer Clay - Gallery style, Flow Art Space, St. Paul, MN: Owl


Award of Merit, 2012 88th Springville Salon, Springville, UT: Mountain Lion


Shows

2013 Polymer Clay - Gallery Style, Flow Art Space, St. Paul, MN: “Owl”

2013 Two person show, Terzian Galleries, Park City, UT: “Selected works”

2012 Utah Face of Sculpture, West Valley, UT: “Trout”

2012 88th Springville Salon, Springville, UT: “Mountain Lion”

2011 Utah Face of Sculpture, West Valley, UT: “Polar Bear”

2009 Utah Face of Sculpture, West Valley, UT:Giraffe”

2008 Utah Face of Sculpture, West Valley, UT:Cat” andWild Horses”

2007 Utah Face of Sculpture, West Valley, UT:Fish” andHeron”

2006 Utah Face of Sculpture, West Valley, UT: “Cats” andMoose”

2006 September Gallery Stroll, Featured Artist, Magpies’ Nest, Salt Lake, UT:Frogs” andCats”


Articles and Reviews

  “Adam Thomas Rees: Polymerclay Sculptor,” The Beautiful People Project. (Feb, 3, 2013). http://www.thebeautifulpeopleproject.com/2013/02/adam-thomas-rees-polymerclay-sculptor.html


“The Music of Design,” The Polymer Arts.  Jainnie Jenkins.  (Fall 2012). http://www.pageturnpro.com/    The-Polymer-Arts/32804-The-Polymer-Arts-Fall-2012-Vol-2-No-3/index.html#10


    “Adam Thomas Rees,” From Polymer to Art.  (Yellow issue 2012).  http://www.frompolymertoart.com/c-1589307/delivery-outside-europe/


    “The Works of Western Masters,” Glinki Net.  (January, 5, 2012). http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ru&u=http://glinki.net/adam-thomas-rees/&prev=/search%3Fq%3DAdam%2Bthomas%2Brees%2Bglinki%2Bnet%26client%3Dsafari%26rls%3Den


    “Super Size Polymer,” Polymer Clay Daily.  Christi Friesen.   (November, 21, 2011).  polymerclaydaily.com/?s=adam+rees.


    “Face of Sculpture,” Oquirrh TimesGennese Hawks.  (September 11, 2011).  oquirrhtimes.com/?p=3323.


    “Sculpture at its Best at Bison Gallery,” San Juan Island Update.  Ian Byington.  (December 10, 2010).  sanjuanupdate.com/2010/12/sculpture-at-its-best-at-bison-gallery/.  


    “Utah Artist Marries Ancient Millefiori Technique to Sculpture,” Sculpture News at SculptsiteBill West. (November 12, 2010).  sculptsite.com/sculpture-headlines-Adam-Rees-11-12-10.html.


    “Adam Rees Cane Sculpture,” Sculpture News at Sculptsite.  Bill West.  (September 27, 2010). sculptsite.com/sculpture-headlines-Adam-Rees-09-27-10.html.


    “Close Up,” Salt Lake Tribune.  Stephen Hunt.  (September 23, 2010).  sltrib.com/sltrib/entertainment/50327754-81/rees-canes-sculpture-sculptures.html.csp.

       

    “Exhibition Review: West Valley City, The Face of Utah Sculpture,” 15 Bytes.  Kasey Boone.  (July 2007).  artistsofutah.org/15bytes/07july/page4.html.