Adam Wolpert is a painter, teacher, and facilitator offering workshops and exhibitions nationally.
Employing a range of techniques and motifs, his work reflects a lifelong engagement with nature and explores the themes of cycles, relationships, and balance. Adam's landscape painting speaks especially to his relationship with his home in West Sonoma County at the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center and reflects a 25-year-old dialogue with the spirited gardens, ancient oaks, and wildlands on site. As he investigates the subtle distinction between the representational and the abstract, Wolpert’s art changes with the seasons from landscape to studio. Wide-ranging stylistic variation and dramatic breadth of scale are hallmarks of Wolpert’s work.
After a rigorous 2-year training in classical realism at Studio Cecil-Graves in Florence, Italy, where he immersed himself in the work of the European masters, Wolpert completed an MFA at UC San Diego. He shows in both solo and group exhibitions nationally and has been represented by major galleries since 1988.