adam normandin paintings

posted by the scholar on June 16th, 2008
filed under: art, paintings

beautiful textures in these acrylic on wood paintings from los angeles-based artist adam normandin. adam is attracted to the beauty and subtle details in things people pass by on a daily basis, and is inspired by old and worn industrial objects. these freight trains are a perfect example. the cars, weathered by non-stop travel for years, possess just the right amounts of unique individuality, rich history and grace that adam seeks to expand on and show us.






see more of adam’s work in a variety of places: gallery 33 east in long beach, george billis in los angeles, and finer things in nashville.

contact adam and view more works online on his website.

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3 Responses to “adam normandin paintings”

  1. sosser Says:

    wow! i love that he sees beauty in the freight yards. these have a special resonance with me… my dad was a railroad man. i doubt that he ever perceived anything beautiful in what he saw on the job everyday. luckily someone did. nice work adam!

  2. the scholar Says:

    there is beauty everywhere.

  3. Charles O. Slavens Says:

    I enjoyed the train series. We share many of the same points of view.

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