Copyright by Alice Adams 2018

SCULPTURE

1966 – 1983

“Wall and Floor”  (1967)  3’ x 4’ x 2’3”  wood, metal, plaster, vinyl

“Cross Purposes”  (1967)  20 1/2” x 19” x 21”  wood, wire lath, plaster 

Beth deWoody Collection

“Urban Renewal One”  (1967) 

wood, wire lathe, paster

“Urban Renewal Two”  (1967) 

wood, wire lathe, paster

“Leaning Wall”  (1970)  9’8” x 4’6” x 2’  wood, latex

“Bowery Wall”  (1972)  9’ x 10’ x 2’  wood, latex, white acrylic paint

“Mercer Wall”  (1970)  14" x 21’  wood, latex

“Long Wall”  (1973)  9’ x 12’ x 2’10”  wood

“Standing Corner One”  (1969)

wire lathe, polyester resin, acrylic paint

96” x 5” x 4”

Johnson Museum, Ithaca, NY

“Hard and Soft Corner”  (1970) 

8' x 5” x 8” 

wire lath, polyester resin, white paint,

white silastic resin

“Rope and Silastic Corner”  (1969)  8’ x 4’ x 4’ 

cotton rope, cotton cloth, silastic resin, white acrylic paint 

“Alice Adams/Julius Tobias” (foreground sculpture by Julius Tobias) 55 Mercer, NYC  (1974)

"Column with Two Half Arches"  (1974) 

8' x 3' x 4'  wood

Edwin A. Ulrich Museum, Witchita, KA

"Corner Section One"  (1974) 

17" x 4" x 4"  wood

MoMA Collection, NYC

"Greensboro Column"  (1974)  9' x 46" x 46"  wood

Weatherspoon Museum, University of North Carolina at Greensboro Collection

"Volume" (1974) 

9' x 29" x 31"  wood

"Segmented Section"  (1974)  29" x 5" x 4"  wood  WIlliam Patterson College Collection, NJ

"Third Column Two"  (1972) 

6' x 1' x 1'  wood

“Large Vault”  (1975)  3’6” x 15’ x 15’  laminated arches, wood lath

MOMA Slide

“Three Arches”  (1978)  8’ x 7’ x 8’  wood 

International Survey of Painting and Sculpture at MoMA, NYC

“The Globe”  (1980)  15’ x 17’ x 8’  wood  Project for PS1, NYC

“Diagrammatic Doorway”  (1980)  8’ x 4’ x 4’  wood 

Hal Bromm Gallery exhibition, NYC 1981

“Proscenium”  (1981)  8’ x 6’2” x 6’10”  wood

“One Half Arch and Corner”  (1980)  8’ x 2’3” x 3’6”  wood

“Roof Landing”  (1983)  7'9” x 15’ x 8’4”  steel and patinated copper 

Special Project Dag Hammersjkold Plaza, NYC 1983