Showcasing art from Karyn Adamek

Working to bring dreams to life!

About Me

My Responsibility

While often focused thematically on equine subjects, I am equally  interested in our collective responsibility toward the planet — as the recycling of "found" metal has been central to my process and an essential element in the production of my work. The use of rail road spikes for my large “Iron Horses” reflect the early leap from horse to train in combining a piece of the railroad and what was left behind.

My Medium

I used many different mediums, such as clay, stained glass, and I painted murals.  Once I started welding metal 10 years ago I was hooked. Each idea manifests in its own individual style.  

My Inspiration


  I have found that the process of welding and sculpting a piece to completion is very gratifying. The horse has long been a favorite subject of mine to draw, paint and ride. My art gives me purpose and seeing people response to my work motivates me to continue and improve.My influences are everything I see, feel and experience, but I've always loved horses. I can relate to Deborah Butterfield skillfully searching the perfect part to incorporate in her sculptures. She creates equine sculptures out of found metal from different parts of the world.

Karyn's Art at Gallery at Gunn

2317 Gunn Hwy Odessa, FL 33556 Building C

Gallery featuring metal sculpture and art by Karyn and Jaqi Adamek

Contact Karyn Adamek

Mailing address 1204 Bakllinger Road Lutz, FL 33548

(813) 966-6470

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