Adriane Herman is exploring cycles of accumulation and release in our physical and emotional landscapes. Herman has had solo exhibitions at Adam Baumgold Gallery (NY); Western Exhibitions (Chicago), Kansas City Jewish Museum of Contemporary Art; Center for Maine Contemporary Art; Kiosk Gallery in Kansas City, Rose Contemporary in Portland, and Ocean House Gallery in Cape Elizabeth. Group exhibition venues include The Dalarnas Museum (Falun, Sweden); Portland Museum of Art; The Brooklyn Museum; Chapel Street Gallery at Yale University; and International Print Center New York. Herman’s work is in collections including The Whitney Museum of American Art; The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art; The Progressive Corporation; The Walker Art Center; The Ulrich Museum, and Sprint, Inc., and been written about in: The New Yorker; Art on Paper; Art in Print; artforum.com; The Kansas City Star; and New Art Examiner, A Survey of Contemporary Printmaking; Printmaking at the Edge; and Thomas Kinkade: The Artist in the Mall. She has lectured about her work at over 50 institutions and holds a B.A. from Smith College, an M.F.A. from University of Wisconsin-Madison.
More of Adriane Herman's work can be found here: http://www.adrianeherman.com