|Name Kim Adams||Education University of Victoria|
|Awards Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada|
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Kim Adams (born 17 December 1951) is a Canadian sculptor who creates assemblage in different scales. His visual style is influenced by industrial design, architecture and automotive design. His work incorporates the model railroading technique of kitbashing, and bright stock colours and prefabricated elements are important ingredients in his large-scale sculptures. His small surreal landscapes are reminiscent of Hieronymus Bosch.
The Mendel Art Gallery acquired Kim Adams' sculpture Love Birds in 2013. The work expands ideas first developed by Adams in the 1980s with small-scale models about the relationship between two objects and the space they inhabit.