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sculptor , art educator

Mac Adams, Welsh art educator, sculptor. Recipient Chancellors Research award for Excellence and Humanities, New York State University, 2002; Art (Sculpture) fellow, New York State, 1988.


Adams, Mac was born on April 15, 1943 in Raynmawr, Wales. Son of Thomas and Muriel Adams.


Master of Fine Arts, Rutgers University, 1969.


Professor State University of New York, Old Westbury, New York, since 1988.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles, periodicals and reviews to professional journals and magazines. One-man shows include Douglas College Rutgers University, 1969, John Gibson Gallery, New York, 1976, 1978, 1992, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, England, 1975-1976, Museum Art, University Iowa, 1977, Galerie Maier-Hahn, Dusseldorf, Germany, 1977, Francoise Lambert, Milan, Italy, 1978, Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London, 1978, Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, 1979, Tomusulo Gallery, Union College, New Jersey, 1979, New 57 Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1980, Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London, 1980, A. Space, Toronto, 1981, Galerie Farideh Cardot, Paris, 1982, German Academic Exchange Service Galerie, Berlin, 1982, Sable/Castelli Gallery, Toronto, 1983, Freidus/Ordover Gallery, New York, 1983, Galerie Arlogos, Nantes, France, 1984, Freidus/Ordover Gallery, New York, 1984, Sable/Castelli Gallery, Toronto, 1985, Galasso Fine Art, Ossining, New York, 1985, Farideh Cadot Gallery, New York, 1987, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, California, 1988-1989, Montclair State College, New Jersey, 1988, Sable Castelli Gallery, Toronto, 1990, Jersey City Museum, New Jersey, 1993, Art Awareness, New York, 1993, Galerie Froment and Putman, Paris, 1994, Todd Gallery, London, 1997, Stux Gallery, New York, 1997, Prinemps de Cahors, France, 1999, Serge Aboukrat Gallery, Paris, 2000, Mac Adams Chateau Blois, France, 2002, Musees de Chateauroux, 2004, exhibited in group shows at New Jersey State Museum, 1969, one-man shows include numerous others, exhibited in group shows at Paris Art Fair, 1976, Bronx Museum, New York, 1978, Groninger Museum, Netherlands, 1979, Hal Bromm Gallery, 1980, Geothe Institute, London, 1981, Delahunty Gallery, New York, 1982, Marlborough Gallery, 1983, Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1985, Queens Museum, 1986, Oliver Gallery, Philadelphia, 1987, Anderson Gallery, Virginia University, Richmond, 1988, Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College, New York, 1989, Farnsworth Museum, Maine, 1990, Kohler Gallery, Toronto, 1990, John Gibson Gallery, New York, 1991, 1992, Widner Gallery, Connecticut, 1992, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1993, Hansard Gallery University Southhampton, England, 1995, Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, England, 1995, National Arts Club, New York, 1995, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, 1997, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, 1998, Museum Modern Art, New York, 2000, numerous others, Represented in permanent collections Getty Museum Art, Los Angeles, Microsoft Corp, Harvard University, Hamilton Art Gallery, Ontario, Canada, New Jersey State Council for Arts, Los Angeles County Museum, The Museum Fine Arts, Houston, Welsh National Museum, England, D.G. Bank, Frankfurt, Chase Manhatten Bank, New York, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, numerous others., author of numerous books and catalogues in art and photography.


Married Barbara Rose Adams. 1 child Boram.

Thomas Adams

Muriel Adams

Barbara Rose Adams

Boram Adams