Adam Sorensen was recently interviewed in the Winter Issue of Juxtapoz magazine by Gabe Scott. In the interview, Scott discusses the inspiration and framework around creating Sorensen's lively and mysterious landscape paintings. Of the work, Scott writes, “These expansive vignettes are influenced by Adam’s interaction with the natural world, as well as his enthusiasm for old reference books. Ambiguity is an important aspect of Sorensen’s earthly allusions, and at their core, his paintings are built on abstract emotion, rather than an explicit narrative. Bathed in vibrant energy and soaked in sumptuous chromatics, these environments are energy fields of density and optical resonance…” (Scott, Gabe. “Adam Sorensen: The Electric Light Landscape,” Juxtapoz, Winter Edition 2020: Page 108)
Be sure to get a copy of the magazine to check out the full interview featuring Adam Sorensen.