Watercolour on paper by Mark Adams

Beautiful watercolour works by the late artist Mark Adams.

New York born artist Mark Adams (1925 – 2006) attended Syracuse University, but left before he graduated to study abstract art in New York. Even though he was a painter Mark Adams also did tapestry. He made the stained glass for Grace Episcopal Cathedral in Nob Hill, San Francisco. Mark was also married to the artist Beth Van Hoesen, who was best known for her whimsical portraits of animals.

Having discovered his work recently, I feel he is a great artist to share. This is some of his great watercolour work that will hopefully inspire some of you artists out there.

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