Adam Nahas, of Cyclops Studios LLC, has been involved in art since childhood. He graduated from Indiana University in 2007 where he majored in Studio Art with concentrations in Metals and Sculpture, and minored in Art History and Mathematics. He went on, to work with foundry man and artist, Mark Parmenter of White River Foundry who exposed Nahas to multiple international artists and art projects. Nahas then set up his own studio in Bloomington, Indiana, to assist other creatives, by turning their creative ideas into a reality. Since the inception of Cyclops Studios, he has been commissioned to do hundreds of varying art projects with numerous artists from around the globe.
[bg_collapse view=”button-blue” color=”#ffffff” expand_text=”Show More” collapse_text=”Show Less” ]Adam’s creations represent a vast and unique repertoire of his personal interests. Not limiting himself, he pursues a variety of subject matter, mediums, and art forms. His knowledge of anatomy and his attention to detail, have allowed him to create a range of styles, exhibitions, projects and artworks. Nahas’ work ranges from 2D work, including unique portraits, graphic design, prints, sketchings, and comic illustrations fantasies, to 3D work including kinetic sculpture, fired earthenware, bronze memorial/monuments, robotic prototypes, and other various mediums.
My goal for modeling is to breathe life into clay and bronze. For me, a portrait is more than a likeness; it should capture the spirit and essence of the character. I am confident that I have the means to shape different mediums around me, and by doing so, I can turn near anything into visually stunning artwork.
“These memorial urns help create permanence to the memory of loved ones past. I wanted to make each urn unique to the individual, in a way that was personal to the family but also develop a familiarity to those that never knew them. This reveal, strengthens the dynamic each casting has, and helps to pass down a very personal element to future generations. At first glance the urns simply look like vases, however if you align your face up to the same field of vision as the urns, 2 faces looking at each other will appear, and the hidden profiles emerge.”