Acrylic and ink on Tyvec mounted on wood panel
30 x 24 inches
Fair Market Value: $3,000
Starting Bid: $2,100
Buy It Now: $4,500
YURA ADAMS (Great Barrington, MA) is known for abstract paintings and installation work interpreting ideas found in physics; injected with messages of cultural and poetic experience. In 2019, Yura Adams received a Pollock Krasner Grant and a fellowship to attend the Vermont Studio Center as support for this work. Her interdisciplinary career is based in the San Francisco Bay area, Lower East Side of New York City, the Hudson Valley, and currently Western Massachusetts. Adams has shown her work at the New Museum in New York, Experimental Intermedia, Franklin Furnace, New Music America, Real Art Ways, and one-person shows at John Davis Gallery in Hudson, New York. Adams has received grants from National Endowment for the Arts, Berkshire Taconic Foundation, New York Decentralization, and was a regional representative in the New York Foundation of the Arts, Mark program. Adams is curator/director of the Foundation Gallery at Columbia-Greene Community College in Hudson, New York, and most recently has exhibited at Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, New York, Courthouse Gallery, Lake George, New York, and Collarworks, Troy, New York. She most recently was selected to curate Unraveling at the Opalka Gallery, Albany, New York, opening October 2020. Adams received her MFA and BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.