Sean is one of several artists-in-residence for this year's Joondalup Twilight Lantern Parade. Sean will work with primary and secondary school students in designing and creating various lanterns for the parade.
The Twilight Lantern Parade will be on Saturday, 4th April 2020 at City of Joondalup.
In its second year, Off The Page is bigger and better. Sean has been selected to install Seasons, a temporary large indoor sculpture at Dilettante on Bayview Terrace.
To appreciate the full scale of the installation, you need to see it from inside the store. Cascading leaves in abstracted shape of a tree fill the front area of the store.
On display at Dilettante, 4 BayView Terrace, Claremont, WA, until 28 May 2019.
Sean is unveiling CRYSTALLINES, his latest and largest public art installation to date today at ARTTRA Light Festival in Claremont, Perth. Come along to Claremont Park, off Stirling Highway and Bayview Terrace, from 5 to 9 pm. Festival runs from 5th to 7th April 2019.
Sean will also give artist talk at 7 pm on Saturday, 6th April, at the installation location #8. Hope to see you there.
Sean is installing two works for Town of Claremont and Claremont Town Centre in April.
The first one is for ARTTRA Light Festival, 5 to 7 April 2019, from 5 to 9pm. For this festival, Sean is installing three tall sculptures with integrated responsive lighting. This will be his biggest outdoor sculpture to date.
The second installation will be for Off the Page, to coincide with FORM's Scribblers Festival event. Now in its second year, Sean is back with a bigger and more intricate paper-based artwork. The artwork will be revealed on 30th April 2019.
Textual Delicacy is a new art installation by Sean Adamas for Off the Page art trail exhibition, currently displayed at Cult Status store, 18 Avion Way in Claremont until 13 May 2018.
Textual Delicacy is a suspended artwork, with lace-like patterns created from individually shaped papercraft pieces in varying sizes. Each piece contains an abstracted literature theme. The installation utilises both positive space as well as negative space that create everchanging elements depending on the light source. The artwork is made of papers taken from old novels.
Off the Page art trail is part of Scribblers Festival, to be held from 9 to 13 May in Claremont.
Sean's Vesperanza is now on display at Perth Town Hall until March 4th.
The Big Splash WA trail map is available at http://www.thebigsplashwa.com.au/the-trail/
Additionally, there is an accompanying app for iOS and Android devices. The Big Splash WA app allows you to discover dolphins, unlock exciting rewards, download lots of mental health tips, view your trail progress, add photos to our Dolphin Gallery and share on social media.
Don't forget to tag photos of Vesperanza with #pchwa #thebigsplashwa and #ryogadesign !!
We would like to thank Perth Children's Hospital Foundation for sponsoring Vesperanza.
COMING SOON to Perth is a pod of lifesize dolphin sculptures decorated by local artists. Sean Adamas has been selected as one of 36 artists involved in this exhibition.
From January to March 2018, the mass public art exhibition is aimed to raise awareness and valuable funds for Perth Children’s Hospital, Child and Adolescent Mental Health unit. The sculptures will be auctioned at the conclusion of the exhibition.
For more information, visit http://www.thebigsplashwa.com.au/
A newly completed set of three sculptures by Sean Adamas is on display at Castaways Sculpture Awards 2017, on Rockingham Foreshore from 28 October to 5 November.
These sculptures are available for sale.
We just uploaded a short compilation video of our SOCiAL NETWORK installation on YouTube.
Several RedBubble packages have been arriving this week, and now it is time to write a review about them.
As we have been selling Sean Adamas' artworks on some prominent print-on-demand (POD) online stores for the past two months, we are keen to know the product qualities from these stores and how well the prints turn out (who knows what alteration happens during scanning the works).
Our most intricate and colour demanding designs so far is Rayclest series. So we ordered: Rayclest 6 as graphics tee, Rayclest 3 & Rayclest 7 as throw cushions.
The product quality from RedBubble is great. They printed the designs onto the fabric first before sewing it into a product of your choice. The cushions turn out nicely, you can say that each product is tailor made.
The Graphic Tee comes neatly packaged (it was sent separately). The length and chest measurements on RedBubble's website is accurate. Do note that its length is slightly shorter than regular t-shirts, so if you like having your t-shirt with long rectangular look, order a size up. The black stitching is a nice touch contrasting the printed artwork.
Overall, we are very happy with the print quality. The brush and pen strokes are reproduced nicely with no pixellation. Moreover, RedBubble's estimated delivery time is pretty spot on too. Of course it all depends on your local postal system unless you opt for courier upgrade. As a bonus, they also include a sticker in each package.
Click here for RAYCLEST collection at RedBubble
Note: No colour editing on any of the photos. Text by Sean Adamas.
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Created and posted: 23 July 2016 on www.ryogadesign.com.