Artist for U.S. Department of State: Art in Embassies Program
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My new show Luminous Worlds has opened at the APPLETON MUSEUM OF ART.
–––––––––– CROSSROADS Gautheir, Hamel and Herzog at Alliance for the Arts, Ft. Myers, FL On Display: February 5 – 27, 2021
Follow the path to where separate realms meet. Neither here nor there, but a place in between. Pushing the margins of their practice and boundaries of interpretation, these three artists meet each other at the “crossroads.” Gautheir, Hamel and Herzog each follow a journey of their own making: discovering the possibilities of symbolism, observation, and experimentation in a unique way. On Display: February 5 – 27, 2021
Florida artist Kristin Herzog grew up on the coast of Massachusetts and was painting before starting school. She began her adult career as one of very few women draftsmen for civil engineering companies before moving to New York City to begin training as a publication designer at the School of Visual Arts. Over time she moved around the country, teaching at Indiana University, becoming Design Director for the Phi Delta Kappan Magazine, and Art Director for the Dayton Daily News in Ohio before joining the faculty at the University of Florida. Herzog studied drawing and painting at Sweet Briar College with Loren Oliver, where she graduated cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. She also took classes with Bauhaus artist Kurt Kranz in Hamburg, Germany. Her MFA is from George Washington University. Her current work ranges from non-representational to abstract, often with a landscape or vegetative reference. Herzog enjoys traveling frequently to residencies in the US and abroad. Her work has been juried into over 80 regional, national and international shows and has won two awards from The Artist’s Magazine. In 2017 she accompanied one of her paintings to an international show in China. Herzog paints every day and lives with the requisite two cats and an undetermined number of alligators in Naples FL.
Her work can be seen at Judith Liegeois Designs, 363 12th Ave S, Naples, FL 34102, or by appointment. Or please use the contact form below.
AWARDS Some of Herzog's awards for fine art include Artists Magazine National Competition 2020, Honorable Mention; AcrylicWorks 8, Honorable Mention; First Place, Georgia Watercolor Society 32nd National Exhibition; the Leila Gardin Sawyer Award for Drawing, New York City; Fifth Place, Georgia Watercolor Society 39th National Exhibition; Second Place (twice), Springfield Art Guild, Annual Show, Annandale, VA; Second Place/Drawing, International Exhibit V, Laredo, TX; Award of Excellence, Virginia Watercolor Society, Lorton, VA; Winsor & Newton Award, Southern Watercolor Society, Greenville, NC; Airfloat Systems Award, Southern Watercolor Society, Columbus, GA; Honorable Mention/Drawing, International Exhibit IV, Laredo, TX; Honorable Mention, Cheyenne, WY; Special Merit Award, Spotlight on the Arts, Fairfax, VA; Judge’s Choice Award, Springfield Art Guild, Annual Show, Annandale, VA; Sixth Place, Georgia Watercolor Society 33rd National Exhibition; Winsor & Newton Award, Visual Arts Society of Texas 44th Annual Exhibition, Denton, TX; Award of Excellence, Central Virginia Watercolor Society, Charlottesville, VA.
Her work has been juried into over 80 regional, national and international shows in nineteen states.
SOLO SHOWS Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, FL 1/ 2021 The Arts Club of Washington, D.C., 1/2017 Art Space Herndon, Herndon, VA, 12/2016 The Arts Club of Washington, D.C., 11/2015 The Arts Club of Washington, D.C., 11/2013 The Thayer Gallery, Braintree, MA, 9/2012 The Arts Club of Washington, D.C. 2/2012
SELECTED GROUP SHOWS Alliance for the Arts, Ft. Myers, FL. 2/2021. US Department of State, Art in Embassies Program 2020 Missouri Watercolor International, Quingdao, Laotian Museum, China, 2018 Schloss Plüchow, Plüchow, Germany, 2016 The Hill Center, Washington, DC, 11–12/2014 U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA, two person show, 11/2014 Black Rock Center for the Arts, Germantown, MD 8/2014 Moulin à Nef, Auvillar, France, 9/2013 Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus in Schwandorf, Germany, 7/2012 Moulin à Nef, Auvillar, France, 10/2011 Celebrating the Arts, Hill and Knowlton, Washington, D.C., 3/2011 Small Masterpieces, Vander Zee Gallery, Alexandria, VA, 11/2010 Gary Fisher Gallery, Summer Abstractions, Washington, D.C., 6—9/2010, 4-person show. George Mason Center for the Arts, Visions in Color, Fairfax, VA, 6/2009, 2-person show.
RESIDENCIES Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst VA. 2010, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 Schloss Plüchow, Plüchow, Germany, 2016 Cowwarr Art Space, Cowwarr, VIC, Australia, 2014 Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Moulin à Nef, Auvillar, France, 2011, 2013 Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, Schwandorf, Germany, 2012 El Bruc, Spain, 2011 ASSOCIATIONS Southern Watercolor Society, Signature Member Baltimore Watercolor Society, Signature Member Missouri Watercolor Society, Signature Status Georgia Watercolor Society, Signature Member Florida Artist Group National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society
PUBLICATIONS ArtFolio 2021 Artist's Magazine, January 2020 Artist's Magazine, March 2017 élan Magazine, December 2015 The Palette Magazine, Kristin Herzog, See It's Still There and Put in Something That Doesn't Belong, p.6, 6/2012 #42 The Palette Magazine, Positive Black, p.12, and Exercise and Expression, p. 16; 1/2011, #36
See contact form below, or contact her through the Baltimore Watercolor Society website.
EDUCATION Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Virginia. BA, cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. George Washington University, Washington, D.C., MFA. School of Visual Arts, New York, NY. Thirty credit hours in art and design. Vander Zee School of Painting, Alexandria, VA
As an undergraduate, Ms. Herzog studied drawing and painting at Sweet Briar College with Loren Oliver and took classes with Bauhaus artist Kurt Kranz in Hamburg, Germany. She has an MFA from George Washington University and additional graduate training at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She has also studied with Maryland artists Skip Lawrence and Mira Hecht, Michigan artist Robert Vander Zee, and Virginia artist Steven H. Fleming.