Kurt Herrmann
       
     
Tokyo Mokyo
       
     
Tinfoil Ripper
       
     
DeadEye Daisy
       
     
Bulbous Rex
       
     
The Ivory Stache
       
     
The Thang (SOLD)
       
     
Mexico City
       
     
Birds of Paradise - Tylersville Tangerine
       
     
Birds of Paradise - Foxy Electro
       
     
Maybelle (Sold)
       
     
Pollenator (Sold)
       
     
Kurt Herrmann
       
     
Kurt Herrmann

Kurt Herrmann is a painter from the hills of Appalachia in central Pennsylvania who does both figurative and abstract work but above all is a colorist at heart. Herrmann has exhibited nationally and internationally since graduating from Lock Haven University in 1995. He’s shown at Yard Dog Gallery, Austin TX, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, Philadelphia PA, The Cleveland International Airport, The Omaha Museum of Art, Shoom Gallery in St. Petersburg, Russia, The Baikmin Museum of Bosung Gun, in South Korea, and Firecat Projects in Chicago. In 2016 he was commissioned by Lock Haven University to create two large canvases for their newly renovated Ulmer Hall. This winter he created his fifth beer label for Elk Creek Café + Aleworks in Millheim, PA, USA, and in 2017 he’s slated for his first solo show in Sydney, Australia ( Anala Art ), a 2 person shows in Hobart, Australia (Penny Contemporary ) and a solo show in Chicago

( Sidewinder Gallery ). He currently lives and works in the mountains of central Pennsylvania where he recently built a new studio.

Artist statement for Kurt Herrmann :

“ I was born and raised in a small town in central Pennsylvania where the landscape, seasons, and wildlife profoundly influenced who I am and what I do. These elements possess infinite mood, and are ever changing in feel, look and sound. By the time I graduated from college in 1995 I was painting every day. Painting, like everything else has few absolutes – dead right can be dead wrong, beautiful can be grotesque, stupid can be sublime, and funny can be terrifying – all at the same time. My paintings don’t represent anything, they are themselves – the way a song is a song and the sky is the sky.” 

Tokyo Mokyo
       
     
Tokyo Mokyo

By Kurt Herrmann

1200 mm x 1200 mm

Acrylic on Canvas

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Tinfoil Ripper
       
     
Tinfoil Ripper

By Kurt Herrmann

1200 mm x 1200 mm

Acrylic on Canvas

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DeadEye Daisy
       
     
DeadEye Daisy

By Kurt Hurrmann

1200 mm x 1200 mm

Acrylic on Canvas

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Bulbous Rex
       
     
Bulbous Rex

By Kurt Herrmann

1200 mm x 1200 mm

Acrylic on Canvas

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The Ivory Stache
       
     
The Ivory Stache

600 mm x 600 mm

Oil and Acrylic on Panel

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The Thang (SOLD)
       
     
The Thang (SOLD)

600 mm x 600 mm

Acrylic on Board

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Mexico City
       
     
Mexico City

Kurt Herrmann

630 mm x 530 mm

Acrylic on Canvas

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Birds of Paradise - Tylersville Tangerine
       
     
Birds of Paradise - Tylersville Tangerine

Kurt Herrmann

630 mm x 530 mm

Acrylic on Canvas

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Birds of Paradise - Foxy Electro
       
     
Birds of Paradise - Foxy Electro

630 mm x 530 mm

Acrylic on Canvas

Maybelle (Sold)
       
     
Maybelle (Sold)

By Kurt Herrmann

1200 mm x 120 mm

Acrylic on Canvas

Pollenator (Sold)
       
     
Pollenator (Sold)

By Kurt Herrmann

1200 mm x 1200 mm

Acrylic on Canvas