or

*{{dialog.globals.error.login.serverErrorMsg }}
*Please enter an email address
*Invalid Email Address
*Please enter a password

forgotten your password?

Enter your email address and we’ll email you a link to reset your password.


*Please enter an email
*Invalid Email
Cancel

or

* {{dialog.globals.error.signUp.serverErrorMsg}}
*Please enter a first name
*Please enter a last name
*Please enter an email address
*Invalid Email Address
*Please enter a password
*Invalid Password
Password must be at least 6 characters long, and it must contain at least 1 number.
By clicking Sign Up, you agree to our terms and conditions

Share: {{cards.selectedCard.post.title|| cards.selectedCard.title}}

or

*{{dialog.globals.error.login.serverErrorMsg }}
*Please enter an email address
*Invalid Email Address
*Please enter a password

forgotten your password?

Enter your email address and we’ll email you a link to reset your password.


*Please enter an email
*Invalid Email
Cancel

or

* {{dialog.globals.error.signUp.serverErrorMsg}}
*Please enter a first name
*Please enter a last name
*Please enter an email address
*Invalid Email Address
*Please enter a password
*Invalid Password
Password must be at least 6 characters long, and it must contain at least 1 number.
By clicking Sign Up, you agree to our terms and conditions

Share: {{cards.selectedCard.post.title|| cards.selectedCard.title}}

Adam R.

{{2330| suffix}} {{2406| suffix}}

Adam R. Grose is an artist, writer and tutor with a wide range of experience whose practice is informed through exploring Poetics, Ecological Feminism and Pilgrimage. Grose utilises traditional drawing, painting, printing, installation and sculpture to create dynamic sets of laye Adam R. Grose is an artist, writer and tutor with a wide range of experience whose practice is informed through exploring Poetics, Ecological Feminism and Pilgrimage. Grose utilises traditional drawing, painting, printing, installation and sculpture to create dynamic sets of layered, diaphanous, repeating patterns of line, tone, colour, form and rhythms - layering as a metaphor for the archaeology of time and exploring the physical engagement we have with reality. ...show more show less

{{message}}
No more posts to load

Message

To: {{activeUser.name}} {{activeUser.surname}}