Adam Feibelman is a San Francisco based artist who is known best for his stencil and cut paper based works. His childhood in Albuquerque, New Mexico was spent examining and interacting with the surfaces of the city through making graffiti art. His awareness of the structures we use every day but often overlook has become the subject of his current work: the buildings, doorways, fenced trees, discarded buses and chipped alley walls that fill our cities and map our lives. Through an intricate process of hand-cut stencils and enamel painting, he explores the relationship between our perceptions of the temporary and the eternal, uncovering the stories we have transcribed on an urban landscape filled with utilitarian objects.
Adam has lived and worked in the Bay Area for the last 16
years. He attended California College of Arts and Crafts, where he
earned the Yozo Hamaguchi award for exceptional achievement in
Printmaking. He graduated with distinction in 2001 with a double major
in Printmaking and Illustration. He is currently represented by
Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco, CA.
Adam has very kindly donated an original stencil-set piece entitled 'Gateway' which will be
featured in The Mother Hen Project auction on November 8th.