Blog - January 2017


Adam Grippo’s images are representative of daily visualizations that he experiences on a regular basis. We are witness here, to an unusual iconography,the symbol of which are sometimes difficult for us to decode. These are meticulously crafted drawings in most cases in black and white but often with a small accent of color. They are maps of the mind which have some repetitive imagery and remain mysterious to those who view them. He creates these drawings standing up for as long as 10 hours at a time.
The artworks are very personal statements and he is often reluctant to sell them. He is most adverse to the commercialism of art and is conflicted about showing and selling his work.

Susan Alexander
January 2017

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