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The Art of Adam Friedman

Geology may not excite most people, but mixed-media artist Adam Friedman finds philosophical meaning and dramatic narratives in the Earth's natural processes. Displaying rough rocks, delicate crystals and turbulent waters, his works revel in the geological processes that defy human control. Friedman uses a combination of printmaking, painting and collage techniques to create his symmetrical, highly manipulated visions of rocks with strong design elements. Take a look at some images courtesy of the artist.

Geology may not excite most people, but mixed-media artist Adam Friedman finds philosophical meaning and dramatic narratives in the Earth’s natural processes. Displaying rough rocks, delicate crystals and turbulent waters, his works revel in the geological processes that defy human control. Friedman uses a combination of printmaking, painting and collage techniques to create his symmetrical, highly manipulated visions of rocks with strong design elements. Take a look at some images courtesy of the artist.

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