Adam is a Melbourne based visual artist. He creates artworks that utilise painting and drawing as a way of unravelling and revealing the layers and complexities of the human experience. People, places, and events from within Melbourne's rich cultural landscape have inspired his creative practice. He is a founding member of the Arts Access Victoria’s Nimbus studio, based at the Bundoora Homestead Art Centre. Adam has exhibited widely across Melbourne with five solo shows, over 40 group exhibitions, the recipient of numerous awards and his artworks are represented in public and private collections.
All Down the Line artworks are for sale, please make enquires through the contact page.
Adam Knapper acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung as the Traditional Owners of the country in which this project was made and pays respects to Elders past and present and emerging.
Adam Knapper publicly acknowledges "the grief, loss, sadness and vulnerability of survivors and victims of family & gender-based violence.
In recognition I commemorate children, young people, adults and older adults surviving or who have died as a result of such violence. Let's reflect on HOPE, COURAGE and HEALING for victims, our community and ourselves". -Güler Altunbas
Special thank you to-
The Arts Access Victoria team, Caroline Bowditch, Nikki Zerella, Tania Smith, Myf Powell, Geoff Robinson, Rhian Hinkley, Fina Po, Phil Noack, Tara Grace. The Dax Centre, Charmaine Smith & Julia Young. All the creative Nimbus artists. Thanks to the art collectors, art lovers and appreciators including Steven Manias & Stella Schubert. To friends & family and all those who continue to touch my soul. Last but not least, to my wife and angel sherpa Güler Altunbas. Thank you to you all, stay safe...xx
This project is supported by Yarra City Arts and Arts Access Victoria’s auspice and mentorship programs.