Living in the liminal space between heaven and hell, Adam Hurst is a creative in every realm of life as a means of survival. He is unafraid of the discomfort and pain of the deep emersion required to execute his vision. He dances with the muses of solitude, risk, technique, the visceral, and failure in order to live in fullness.
“There are some artists whose work literally stops you dead in your tracks. You catch your breath, transfixed, afraid that if you breathe it might fade and dissolve. Encountering art at this level triggers an immediate, intimate familiarity, yet it is unlike anything you know, only what you have hoped would be. The experience is transporting, ecstatic, poignant and achingly beautiful all at once, in a moment of meeting that you will never forget.” -Robert Gould–