Adam Grosowsky’s large oil paintings are studies in light and dark, distinguished by dramatic contrasts– light or bright color against large areas of rich, dark backgrounds. His focus is on portraits of women, often including animals; figures within interior settings as well as some landscapes.
These works are on a grand scale, canvases range from 40×30 to 48×60.
Much of Grosowsky’s training was in printmaking. He received his B.A. in Fine Arts from
Evergreen State College, followed by a M.A., M.F.A. in Printmaking from University of Iowa, where he studied under Mauricio Lasansky and Keith Achepohl. Adam is a full-time art faculty member teaching painting and drawing at Lane Community College in Eugene Oregon.