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Adam Wolpert

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Laguna Oak,  oil on linen, 60 x 84"

Adam Wolpert explores the themes of cycles, relationships and balance, and investigates the subtle distinction between the representational and the abstract through his paintings. His earlier naturalistic outdoor work speaks of his relationship with the land, in particular his home in West Sonoma County at the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center (OAEC).

A passionate artist from an early age, Wolpert explored the media of performance, ceramics, sculpture, and collage before turning seriously to painting while earning his BFA from the University of California Santa Barbara. 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 great European masters, Wolpert completed an MFA at UC San Diego. He has had major gallery representation since 1988, including many solo exhibitions and group shows and 18 years with the Jan Baum Gallery in Los Angeles. Wolpert co-founded the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center in 1994 and has taught and lectured extensively throughout California.


The Great Oaks

A Series of Oak Tree Portrait Paintings painted by Adam Wolpert of oak trees from Northern California.  These large scale paintings, 4' x 6' and 5 x 7', started in 2018 and continue to this today.

Exhibition at Erickson Fine Art Gallery in Healdsburg, CA.,  October 1 - November 1 2022.

Catalog with essays by art critic, writer and curator Renny Pritikin and art director/gallery owner Sandy Erickson is published and available in person at Erickson Fine Art Gallery for viewing. 


The PDF of the Catalog will be made available online October 1st.

Adam Wolpert's Limited Edition Print series is printed with archival inks by Digital Grange on high quality canvas.  

The prints are available in the following sizes for purchase:




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