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By Adam Swanson
Original acrylic painting on masonite panel by Adam Swanson. Size: 24 W x 32 H inches. Available for viewing at our Grand Marais gallery.
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Sivertson is thrilled to help people discover, fall in love with, and own one-of-a-kind paintings by some of the most talented and emerging artists of the north. Original paintings are hand-painted by the artist and owned only by you.
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Adam’s paintings use humans, animals, and scientific tools to stress our connection with the natural world. After majoring in art at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, he traveled to Antarctica working for the National Science Foundation. Living in that extreme landscape honed his connection with the natural world. Adam returned to northern Minnesota in 2009 where he lives in a log home in the woods with his wife and two children. He paints largely from his photographs and videos, often working on commission. “The more we learn about our surroundings, where we came from and who we are, the more likely we will thrive in a universe of endless possibilities.”
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