David Herman: Journeys- Reminiscence

December 22 - February 18, 2017

Denise Bibro Fine Art, in Chelsea, New York City, is pleased to announce the solo exhibition, Journeys: Reminiscence, in Gallery II.

Herman’s work throughout the years not only conveys his interest in the human condition, but also how the human condition is influenced and informed by the place and culture of its beginnings. Herman is well traveled. Everywhere he goes he brings back remnants of memories of what he sees, experiences, and what impacts him. Compelled to use the visual language he innately develops; he creates his own impressions of place and time with his paintings.

The works in this show are influenced by his travels to faraway places such as Russia, and in the other direction Aruba.

David Herman has also has had solo exhibitions at the Mills Pond House Gallery, St. James, NY, Caelum Gallery, NYC to name a few. Some of the invitational shows he has participated in are Albright-Knox Collectors’ Gallery, Buffalo, NY, and Great Neck Art Center, Great Neck, NY. Judged by Milton Esterow, ArtNews Magazine; Morton H. Meyerson Symphony, Jewish Arts Festival of Dallas, TX, Shirley Feterman Gallery, NY. , Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY, judged by noted artist, Will Barnett; Hillwood Art Museum, C.W. Post Campus, NY. Judged by Ivan Karp well known collector and gallerist.

Herman has won a number of awards and has had notices in The New York Art World, David Herman, Joyce Korotkin, February 2002, Divided By Beliefs, But United In Abstraction, The New York Times, Helen A. Harrison, March 2001, to name a few.

There will be a reception for the artist, Thursday, January, 12th, 6-8pm.