sculpture in steel, bronze and clay
Carol Adamec, sculptor
Carol Adamec, a native of Long Island, completed her BFA at Alfred University’s College of Ceramics. Her masters is from SUNY Brockport with a thesis in metal working, and she has completed numerous graduate studies at Syracuse University in both ceramics and sculpture.
A long-time resident of Camillus, NY, Ms. Adamec has participated in many central and western New York area shows and galleries as well as several on Long Island, Westchester County and Florida. Alfred University and SUNY Brockport both have her works in their permanent collections. The International Special Olympic Games in Brockport, NY had her sending works all over the world. She has won numerous local and state-wide awards and grants for her elegant welded steel sculptures, bronze castings, one-of-a-kind ceramic sculptures and pottery.
A certified teacher, she taught art in the public schools (grades 1-12) for many years and has taught adult classes through BOCES (Board of Cooperative Educational Services) and SUNY Brockport.
Graceful, elegant and sensual are all terms that people use to describe Ms. Adamec’s works.
"I fell in love with clay when I was 10 years old. Since then I have found clay and sculpture to be a significant means of expression in my life. I translate emotions into a physical state and bring them to peoples' attention with beauty and elegance. I love and respect nature with its graceful lines, rhythmic movements and exquisite repetition of forms. I am always deeply satisfied when people see, feel, appreciate and enjoy the relationships to nature and movement in my works"