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Adam Strange[edit]

Professional artist, amateur screenwriter, volunteer political psychologist.

INTERESTS: Modest Mouse, writing, painting, filmmaking, astronomy, geology, particle physics, etymology, postmodernism

WHY I'M HERE: It's a great source for semi, almost partially 'factional', reference material.

WHERE I'M FROM: Los Angeles > Las Vegas > Modesto > Long Beach > New Orleans > Santa Cruz > New York > Hollywood


DREAMY QUOTE: There is no greater gift a parent can give their children than an innate ability to earn a living simply by being themselves. - Katherine Dunn, Geek Love

RECENT PAINTING: Nightly Moloko by Adam Strange 2011 Oil on Masonite

A BOOK MY WORK IS IN: La Luz de Jesus 25: The Little Gallery That Could To celebrate the 25th anniversary of La Luz de Jesus, mastermind Billy Shire has organized a monumental group show featuring around 300 artists, each of whom have contributed one new piece and a written anecdote about their experience with the gallery. In 25 years of groundbreaking exhibitions, this is La Luz's first published survey, featuring three generations of the most important artists working today. The book, a companion to the show, chronicles the rich legacy of La Luz de Jesus and the thriving art movements it helped launch. Involved in the La Luz de Jesus 25th Anniversary project is a who's-who of art, including Robert Williams, Joe Coleman, Glenn Barr, Elizabeth McGrath, the Clayton Brothers, Gary Panter, Mark Mothersbaugh, Lou Beach, Hudson Marquez, Aaron Smith, Owen Smith, Frank Kozik, Manuel Ocampo, Don Ed Hardy, Jeff Soto, Dave Cooper, Daniel Martin Diaz, Scott Musgrove, Bari Kumar, Tim Biskup, Joe Sorren, Chris Mars, Jessica Joslin, The Pizz, Coop, Shag, Gary Baseman, Bob Dob, and many more who haven't confirmed at this writing.