530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
HERMINE
Mélange of Milieu
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY

  • Foliage on the Lake   Foliage on the Lake
    Photograph on Epson Metallic Photo Glossy
    11" x 17"
    HERMINE

  • Rock in My Lake   Rock in My Lake
    Photograph on Inkpress Metallic Satin
    11" x 17"
    HERMINE

  • The Day After   The Day After
    Photograph on Epson Metallic Photo Glossy
    11" x 17"
    HERMINE

  • Impressionism on the Lake   Impressionism on the Lake
    Photograph on Inkpress Metallic Satin
    11" x 17"
    HERMINE

  • Blues of the Blue   Blues of the Blue
    Photograph on Epson Metallic Photo Glossy
    11" x 17"
    HERMINE

  • Clouds of Possibilities   Clouds of Possibilities
    Photograph on Epson Metallic Photo Glossy
    17" x 11"
    HERMINE

  • Blizzard   Blizzard
    Photograph on Epson Metallic Photo Glossy
    17" x 11"
    HERMINE


HERMINE

HERMINE

Mélange of Milieu
February 14 – March 7, 2017
Reception: Thursday, February 16, 2017 6-8 PM

The work of Canadian photographer, painter, and sculptress HERMINE seeks to uncover what the artist herself calls a “strange beauty” in everyday subjects and recognizable objects. Each work of art is extraordinarily dynamic, transforming the ordinary into something that’s so much more: visual images that are both transcendent yet very much of this earth. HERMINE is a master of color and composition, and her work is compelling, profound, and utterly beautiful.

One of the elements that makes the art so appealing is the artist’s understanding and implementation of spatial relationships, which serve both to reduce the subject to its simplest manifestation and also expand it to achieve greater understanding of its essence. As HERMINE so eloquently explains, “I seek to define the elusive beauty that surrounds me. I see to witness and immortalize the intangible human condition. Materialization is transcribed by fracturing, amputating, and geometrically rendering shapes. I cut and uproot the subject that takes life under my fingers.”

HERMINE currently lives and works in Baie-Saint-Paul in Quebec, Canada.