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Adam Schultz was born in Detroit, MI, in 1966. His bronze and stone sculptures have been placed all over America, including such noteworthy locations as Arlington National Cemetery, and in collections of people like Tommy Dorsey.
For the last 20 years, Adam has been living and sculpting in Colorado. He has been commissioned to sculpt animals, portraits, memorials, and monuments for both private and corporate collections. The latest of these being a 20' tall bronze and stainless steel sculpture of an eagle for the new police station in Parker, Co.
Adam's body of work ranges from miniature to monumental, and currently includes his latest collection of bronze sculptures, the Goddess Series, a celebratory expression of 'delightfully abundant' figurative nudes.
“Serenity” by Adam Schultz is the ArtQuest 2008 sculpture on exhibition at The Studio Gallery at 1103 Bald Eagle Drive in Old Marco. The artist says “I decided to create a sculpture that would reflect historically iconic architectural elements, be suitable indoors and out, and convey a sense of peace to the viewer. This deco-style swan has proven to be a success on all counts. From the sweeping majesty of the gesture, to the classic patina, ‘Serenity’ can stand on its own as a timeless example of fine art today.” ...
Art not only reflects the heart of the artist,” he says, “It also provides us with a flavor of the times in which we live. I’m communicating with the people of the future.” Bronze sculptures are sometimes the only surviving records of ancient cultures. “I like to think that someday, archeologists may uncover my work and gain a clear idea of today’s society.”
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"The World's Greatest Erotic Art of Today" - At a small mountain town holiday festival in December 2011, Sculptor Adam Schultz was offering a demonstration on his latest piece-in-process, ‘Octopus Princess’, which eventually became 'Incognito'. After having shared online correspondence, it was nice for Adam and the creator of 'Enchanted Zaftig' to finally meet face-to-face and discuss life, love, art and our mutual zaftig philosophy.
Adam’s exotic creation, 'Incognito', took a bit of a turn from his usual ladies in the Goddess collection; she encompassed both beauty and a sense of eeriness ~ a woman-beast, shrouded in mystery and sensuality. I wish I had taken a photo of her backside, because the octopus’ eyes are cleverly planted on her curvaceous derriere. I look forward to seeing the final piece once it has been cast.
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In June 2010, artist Adam Schultz was commissioned to produce an innovative public art sculpture for the Town of Parker’s new Police Station. Schultz’s creation, “Freedom through Safety,” was dedicated on Jan. 19, 2011.
The powerful sculpture features a life-sized bronze eagle in flight, held aloft 14 feet in the air on two vertical stainless steel pillars. One pillar represents safety and the other symbolizes strength. The base of the sculpture includes a “circle of hands” -- tiles pressed with hand prints of local community members from young children to senior citizens, metaphorically representing the support and involvement of the community.
READ ABOUT THE DEDICATION IN ParkerBuzz.com