Hi-Fructose Magazine Studio Visit With Adam Wallacavage

January 21, 2014

Studio Visit With Adam Wallacavage

With twisting tentacles, complex color schemes and a candy-coated iridescence as his trademarks, Adam Wallacavage creates one-of-a-kind lighting ensembles from his Philadelphia home. A veritable museum of art and design, his ever-evolving residence features a bevy of contemporary paintings, handcrafted ornamentation and turn-of-the-century antiques — serving as the perfect showroom for his work and an inspiring backdrop for its creation. Hi-Fructose recently visited Adam to take a behind the scenes look at his studio, process and art. Head over to HiFructose.com for exclusive images from the artist's studio. 





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