Adam Belt – Artist, Lawyer, and Activist
Adam Belt is a contemporary artist who considers his artistic practice a religious calling. Based out of Carlsbad, California –
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Early Life and Education
Adam Belt first fell in love with martial arts through movies as a young child and soon began training Tae Kwon Do and Kempo Karate before later adding boxing, Greco Roman and freestyle wrestling as additional disciplines to his training regimen. Under Pedro Sauer’s instruction he eventually earned his black belt in Gracie Jiu Jitsu and achieved black belt status in Gracie Jiu Jitsu.
Adam Belt is an artist whose works examine physical and phenomenological aspects of our world and universe. Additionally, he is active member of Carlsbad Episcopalian Church and lives there.
He is widely recognized for his portrayal of Prince Adam from Filmation’s Masters of the Universe figures. His interpretation combines elements from both of those shows, like foppish fashion with vintage aesthetics to form one unique interpretation.
Adam Belt is an attorney and advocate for asylum seekers. He has successfully represented numerous clients before federal immigration court and won them bond so they could receive medical treatment they needed. Furthermore, Adam donates his time by working pro bono cases.
Alongside his legal career, Mr. Dempsey is also an accomplished professional boxer. Most recently he defeated Chris Arreola in a 12-round heavyweight fight that broke records; both fighters exchanged over 2,172 punches each.
Michael holds both a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Chicago and a Master of Laws. Additionally, he is admitted to practice before all Illinois state courts as well as before United States District Court for Northern District of Illinois and Executive Office of Immigration Review.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Belt’s artwork explores the natural forces that shape our universe. His paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations document these forces as they change over time.
His work can be found in numerous exhibitions and collections worldwide, including those at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Quint Gallery La Jolla CA, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Bentonville AR, Franklin Parrasch Gallery New York NY and RCM Galerie Paris France to name but a few.
Adam Belt has an in-depth knowledge of both physical and phenomenological elements of his world that inform his artistic practice. He considers it his calling or vocation, while using art to give back to the community; regularly visiting Craig Hospital (a spinal cord injury center), speaking with patients there and making sculptures with them.
Adam Belt is an internationally acclaimed comedian who performs comedy clubs, theaters and synagogues throughout New York City. Additionally, he hosts The Big Apple Comedy Hour podcast each week as well as hosting on ESPN’s football program.
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Adam’s art practice involves contemplating physical and phenomenological aspects of our world, the cosmos, and God. To create his works he employs visual, practical effects, and aesthetics in combination with gentle gradients of color to reveal different geometries depending on one’s point of view – creating an infinity mirror effect which feels almost reverent.
Adam Belt may have run into legal difficulty at times, yet remains an extremely wealthy individual. It is estimated that Adam Belt’s estimated net worth stands at an estimated $1.2 billion due to his investments in scrap processing business, real estate investments, cryptocurrency trading platforms and charitable donations.
Behati Prinsloo and he have two children together; Behati Prinsloo is also their wife and has helped be part of his success on The Voice as long-term mentors.
As a member of Maroon 5, his career brought in more money. Through selling-out concerts around the globe and owning several entrepreneurial projects and partnerships – such as owning a chain of restaurants or amassing a collection of 19th-century American stoneware – his net worth soared even higher.