In lines 45-47 she appeals to his nationalist sentiments and refers to the patriotic duty that lies upon him to show respect and honor to his country (line 61). To support her position she uses ethos.
Ben Coode-Adams and Jakob Roepke share an enthusiasm for working with people, producing pieces they know will touch others, and giving their work depth and dimension. This dedication gives their work depth and variety.
Early Life and Education
Ben Coode-Adams hails from Essex in England. His sculptures feature figures made out of galvanised mild steel that depict figures and abstract themes. Ben has numerous commissions in public spaces like making a sculpture trail for Barrow town council.
He began his career by contributing articles about local and national affairs to Boston newspapers. Through these writings he gained prominence within the antislavery Conscience Whig movement.
Abigail Adams found herself left alone to raise children, manage a farm, oversee tenants and housework, provide extended family support and care, and keep house responsibilities. Adams’ lengthy absences also left Abigail financially exposed. To maintain her family she sought ways of supporting herself financially.
Coode Adams began his professional football career in 1974 with the Detroit Wheels of the World Football League (WFL), before later specializing in Canadian Football League with Ottawa Rough Riders for seven seasons.
He was an integral member of the 1976 Grey Cup-winning team and received the Tom Pate Memorial Award for community service.
Roepke and Coode-Adams use art to calm turbulent hearts. Both artists share a strong sense of purpose when creating works, believing people need tangible images rather than mere ideas. Their hard work pays off as richness and depth manifest themselves in their art – it resonates with so many lives across America and has made such an impressionful mark over time.
Achievement and Honors
Adams has served as BC baseball captain for two seasons and this season was honored to wear No. 8 in memory of former Eagles player Peter “Sonny” Nictakis. Additionally, Adams received the Daniel J. Silva Sportsmanship Award from league umpires.
Coode-Adams approaches painting as an exploration into the spirit world, wherein his canvas becomes home for various spectral figures that emerge. Veils of beautiful color come together and oscillate, emanating from “the lower world that contains truth and beauty”.
Adams has shown his work at numerous exhibitions, such as Firstsite and MutualArt. He has received multiple fellowships from organizations such as British Council; additionally, he has given lectures at universities around the world.
Adams is a private family man and prefers to keep his personal life away from public scrutiny. At the same time, he’s an active philanthropist giving back through art; donating funds and works of his to various UK charities.
His art is inspired by film, music and life experiences; drawing is his passion. He has shown his work all across Europe; now working from his rural Essex home on his family blackcurrant farm.
He drives himself to training with New York Red Bulls II, with each journey taking an hour and a half each way. His natural work ethic imbues doggedness on the field while remaining an excellent student – his grades remain above par!
Adams is a popular Tiktok user with an immense following, earning thousands in endorsement fees as he promotes various brands through the platform and modeling gigs.
Adams is well-versed in multiple fields. His particular areas of interest include political science, religion and business as well as computer programming and the UNIX operating system.
Adams has had an extraordinary professional football career. He has garnered multiple accolades for his performances, such as Pro Bowl selection and second-team All-Pro honors; being part of a Super Bowl victory team; signing major contracts with professional football teams; his estimated net worth stands at an estimated $30 Million.