Scaling peaks of 10,000 feet, secretly crossing a heavily armed-border and traveling incognito through a country immersed in civil strife might make you think of a valiant Hemingway hero. They are not pursuits most of us tangle with in everyday life. But, for California’s Peter Adams, who became the first American artist to paint on location in Afghanistan, breaking into this war-torn country was the chance to match artistic ambition with humanitarian convictions.

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American Legacy Fine Arts presents Peter Adams in Designers West Magazine March 1989