May 9, 2018

Brushy teal swirls outlined in coral red radiate amongst a canary yellow backdrop. These curving shapes eddy above a mint green horizon line, giving substance to unseen winds (i.e. Shift Series #65). Galerie Hertz is teeming with 40+ works in Ivan Schieferdecker’s curr...

April 23, 2017

A myriad of brilliant hues occupy the downstairs gallery of the Community Arts Center in

Danville, Kentucky. Clusters of paintings line the walls, boasting the great creativity and

productivity of a prolific artist: Billy Hertz. “ReInterpret: Contemporary Landscapes” is...

December 20, 2016

Galerie Hertz is brimming with scenes of black skies enlivened by the glowing lights of civilization and playful miniature worlds comprised from curios of the past. “Night and Day” is a two-person exhibition containing paintings by Tom Pfannerstill and assemblages by C...

August 25, 2016

Painting is dead.

This trope has been exclaimed numerous times over the last several years, only to again be thwarted by persistence and reinvigoration. This age-old process of creating continues to evolve through the hands of talented artists. Galerie Hertz is currentl...

March 2, 2016

One enters through the doorway to be met by dozens of faces staring back. There’s catchy, upbeat music playing in the background, and a fashion show echoing the same faces repeated and overlapping. This overload of stimuli evokes a familiar feeling found when scrolling...

August 16, 2015

​Painting and drawing are especially tactile and immediate forms of creating art. Each require the hands and creative visions of the artist to transform them into vehicles of thought, communication, and expression. While the relevancy of painting has long been part of...

July 4, 2014

 

Prehistoric humans utilized clay and painting, making the techniques prominent in human culture for many centuries. Both tactile and malleable, these mediums continue to allow for much artistic expression made by the artists’ own hands. Clay and painting are ever pr...

May 14, 2014

 

Pablo Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907) is considered to be one of the most important pieces for the early days of modern art. This revolutionary work also serves as the inspiration for Demoiselles et Garçon, currently on view at Galerie Hertz. Two years ag...

March 14, 2014

     

Boxes serve the purpose of containing or storing items for any given amount of time. The current show at Galerie Hertz, “Boxed Sets,” is a collection of juxtaposed found objects constructed with strong compositional design elements. Many of the object...

February 9, 2014

 

Upon entering Galerie Hertz, one is met by a collection of oil paintings muted in color palette with meticulously delicate detail. One may assume the works of Boris Zakic are Action Paintings due to what is initially perceived as spontaneous smears of paint. Once in...

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