Artist and Sculptor
Daily Drawing

Pamphleteer’s Holiday by Michael Hermesh

***UPDATE:  This work is currently available at the Avenue Gallery***

 2184 Oak bay Avenue, Victoria, BC, CANADA V8R 1G3

Telephone:  250.598.2184  Toll-Free:  1.844.598.2184

This is the Third of the five brand new works that premiered at the Penticton Art Gallery for the group show called Terroir: Physically Speaking. It is ceramic sculpture that is about 9.5 inches tall by 10.5 inches wide and 6.5 inches deep and is titled “Pamphleteer’s Holiday”

 

 

Identity plays a large part in my art in so much as I consider all art to be narrative in terms of subject,
the viewer, or the message. A narrative without identity is at best a cold irrelevant equation. That being said a happy face is a generic idea of happiness without the messy encumbrances of humanity. Joy as a product is as rampant as it is vapid. Self abnegation is a by product of the propaganda of joy. Service to an economic cause is a mask that hides an emptiness of spirit.

Michael Hermesh

Terroir: Physically Speaking

March 22 to May 12, 2013  at the

Penticton Art Gallery

 199 Marina Way,
 Penticton, BC V2A 1H3
 Phone: 250.493.2928

This is a group show that includes Stephan BircherRose BraunMichael HermeshWanda LockShauna Oddleifson, and Johann Wessels

 This show will feature some New Sculpture, Paintings and Drawings by Michael Hermesh