FAQ

How can I purchase an Adam Long Original sculpture?

Adam Long’s sculptures are available at several galleries.  There is also an online portfolio of available sculptures on Fine Art America

Galleries Representing Adam Long sculptures:

The Hunter-Wolff Gallery in Colorado Springs, CO

The Missouri Artists on Main Gallery in St. Charles, MO

Fine Art of Missouri in Chesterfield, MO

The Jed Malitz V2 gallery in New Orleans, LA

How can I commission a unique sculpture?

Adam is happy to work with you on a unique project tailored to your needs.  He has created pieces using natural materials from specific tracts of land as well as wedding and anniversary gifts with particular individuals in mind.  Simply contact him giving a brief idea of what you are interested in having created.

Can I purchase images of Adam Long Sculptures?

Adam Long has partnered with FineArtAmerica.com/Pixels.com  to offer images of his unique artwork as prints of any size and on objects of various kinds, from Fine Art Prints to phone cases.  Enjoy browsing through the available images and items.  The printing is high quality, produced quickly and shipped to your door.

How are these sculptures made?

The magic of these pieces is the illusion that they are living beings that have a life of their own.
Adam’s challenge is to find a balance between the natural and the anatomical forms which unifies the character.  The sculptures usually begin in one of two ways.  Either Adam is inspired by the form and texture of a natural object which guides the concept of the piece or he has a specific concept he wants to communicate and finds natural objects that fit the theme and form he dictates.

Are the sculptures strong?

Yes!  The sculptures are very strong.  The main material is oak with steel reinforcement.  All of the natural elements have been preserved and strengthened through a variety of means specific to each type of object.  The clay-like substance made by the artist to unify the natural elements is very strong and flexible.  The very first experiments conducted decades ago in these materials were intended to be ephemeral and decay quickly.   Instead they have lasted with no discernible change and Adam now makes efforts to ensure that all the contemporary works will last indefinitely.

What are the sculptures about?

Adam Long’s sculptures explore the intersections of humankind and the natural world.  He asks: What does it mean to be human in a natural environment?  What would it feel like to be a closer part of nature?