Adam James Butcher specializes in portrait sculpture and drawing. He graduated from Wimbledon School of Art in 1989 and has divided his time between blogging, carrying out private commissions and teaching. While bringing his unique style of expression to his portraits sculptures and drawings, Adam is particularly committed to making a true likeness. This vital aspect of portraiture, he feels, is often not given enough attention. The following quote by Sam Hunter, in his essay on Marino Marini portraiture, sums it up well. “For him, the sculptural portrait was not only likeness, capturing the true appearance of an individual as well as his idiosyncrasies, but also a means of tapping into the eternal”
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