Adam Cave Fine Art represents over 25 award-winning artists, showcasing a wide variety of mediums and styles. The gallery has a special focus on painting, original printmaking, and historic 19th & 20th Century prints. We present 6-8 solo and group exhibits each year and participate in Raleigh’s monthly First Friday Art Walk. Our location, on the second floor of a vintage 120-year old building, is just two blocks from the State Capitol and walking distance to museums and galleries, hotels, restaurants, the Convention Center, and the Performing Arts Center.
Owners Adam and Cindy Cave opened the gallery in 2008 with the goals of helping artists achieve financial success; helping art lovers become art collectors; and helping art collectors build collections of beauty, value, and integrity. The gallery space was chosen for its central location in the developing downtown district; a district that is now the thriving cultural center of one of the best cities in the country to live and work. The initial group of seven artists has grown to over 25 painters, printmakers, photographers and sculptors from across the state and around the country.
Adam grew up in Northern California and Europe before attending Connecticut College, where he double majored in Fine Art and Art History. He began his gallery career in Santa Fe, Ne Mexico in 1992 and later spent over ten years as the director of Gallery C in Raleigh. Adam has served on the Town of Cary Public Art Advisory Board as well as lectured for The Visual Art Exchange and The Fine Arts League of Cary. For three years he served as art chair for the Alliance of Aids Services - Carolinas “Works of Heart” auction, and has been a juror for the Greenville Museum of Art, the US Figure Skating Championships poster competition, as well as for Artspace and Artsplosure in Raleigh.
Cindy has deep family roots in North Carolina, but grew up in both Southern California and in historic Williamsburg, Virginia. She graduated Cum Laude with a BA in Fine Art from Meredith College in Raleigh. While at Meredith, Cindy spent a semester in Paris studying Old Master painting and drawing methods with renowned fresco artist Ben Long. She returned to Europe again after college to pursue post-graduate studies with Charles Cecil and Daniel Graves in Florence, Italy. Since making Raleigh her permanent home in 1995, Cindy has has been commissioned to paint numerous portraits, as well as murals, for homes and business throughout the Triangle.
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