On exhibit at Central Library, June – July 2015
George Hermance has received his design training at the College of Landscape Architecture at the University of Georgia. A native of New York, Hermance has gathered much of his inspiration traveling in the Caribbean, Latin America and throughout the US. He has studied under the guidance of renowned watercolor artists i.e. Gwendolyn C Bragg, Tony van Hasselt and Sterling Edwards. Hermance continues studying watercolor art, a transparent medium that provides new discoveries with each new painting.
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