Adam Graham spent his early years divided between two of the oldest continuous art colonies in the US; summers in Provincetown where his father was a student of Henry Hensche; and the rest of the year in New Orleans where both parents worked as portrait artists on Jackson Square.
He began studying painting under the guidance of his father Bob Graham and from 2000 to 2003 at the Cape Cod School of Art in Provincetown in an independent study program under Lois Griffel. He now paints full time in New Orleans and Provincetown. Graham has been represented in Provincetown by the Rice Polak Gallery since 2009. He has also been written about in Cape Cod Arts magazine and has been interviewed by WOMR on the Ray Wiggs podecast “From the artist’s perspective”.