Gallery by SpartanessE Fearnot
SpartanessE Fearnot (Adam Hesse) is a Houston-based artist known for his innovative style of Surrealissance art. His unique approach blends elements of surrealism and renaissance art to create truly one-of-a-kind pieces. With decades of refining his technique, SpartanessE has developed a style that sets him apart in the art world.
His passion for both art and science is evident in his work, where he explores the connection between reason and intuition. While living in Greece, SpartanessE was commissioned to paint “The Creation of the Sun and the Moon” by Michelangelo, further solidifying his reputation as a talented artist.
He holds degrees in Biology and Organic Chemistry from Purdue University, and French Linguistics from Indiana University. He also completed postgraduate studies in marine science at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. As a sought-after speaker and member of the Royal New Zealand Society of Science, he became known for his ability to bridge the gap between the art and science communities.
SpartanessE draws inspiration from his love of nature, having traveled and hiked extensively as an avid outdoorsman. He has a deep connection to the natural world, often finding his creative muse where the mountains meet the sea.
The works of SpartanessE Fearnot
Artistic inspiration is drawn from a wide range of sources, including the works of great artists such as Patrick Woodruff, Salvador Dalí, and Pablo Picasso. He is especially drawn to their ability to seamlessly blend reality with the language of dreams, twisting and shaping it to create meaningful art. His is also influenced by the Renaissance masterpieces, such as the Sistine Chapel, and the sheer dedication it took to create such works in the challenging conditions of the time. In his travels and interactions with others, SpartanessE aims to bring a unique perspective to his art, presenting his findings from a world that is both beautiful and chaotic.
In his philosophy of art, SpartanessE views the role of the artist as a storyteller. He believes that while art may not perform any practical functions, it has the power to evoke emotions and convey messages that are beyond words. Art is a way to report back on the world, capturing glimpses of the true nature of things, both within and beyond our spectrum. By doing so, he seeks to share his vision with those who have the eyes to hear.
Come experience the unique brand of Surrealissance art which is sought-after presence in the art world.
Art events, including solo exhibitions, live paintings, and artist talks, consistently draw crowds of admirers eager to experience his imaginative blend of surrealism and renaissance art. You can view the work found in a variety of settings, always leaving a lasting impression on those who witness it.
Whether he is sharing his creative process or simply showcasing his latest pieces, SpartanessE's events are not to be missed for those who seek to broaden their artistic horizons.
February 3-5, 2023
Gem & Jam Festival
Workshops, performers, visual artists, high-end art gallery installations coupled with cutting edge production and attention to every detail ensure an over the top experience.
The annual Gem and Jam Festival is held each year during the world-renowned Tucson Gem, Mineral and Fossil Showcase making this special weekend each year the perfect pairing in music and art for gem enthusiasts and festival goers of all kinds. While for many music remains the main attraction, the Gem and Jam Festival also features an expansive variety of creative artists of all mediums. Over 55,000 people travel to Tucson, AZ from all around the world during the 3 week Gem and Mineral Show which motivated the organizers of the Gem and Jam Festival to provide a unique atmosphere- celebrating the art and ethos of the Gem and Mineral community along with entertainment and visual arts.
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