Kurt Herrmann - Art
Moscow FlamerDetail:  Moscow FlamerMoscow Flamer - left viewColor Bombs in studio :  Moscow Flamer, Tokyo Mokyo, and Tinfoil RipperMoscow Flamer and Tinfoil RipperTinfoil Ripper - left viewTinfoil RipperPortly RococoPortly Rococo


Portly Rococo - detailColor Bombs in studio January 2018Birds of Paradise - Techno HornetSunsuckerSunsucker - left viewBulbous RexBulbous RexBulbous Rex - detailBirds of Paradise - Dapper RavenPollenatorPollenatorPollenator - DetailRojo SilencioRojo SilencioMaybelledetail - MaybelleMaybelle - on studio roof8 COLORBOMBS outside the studio prior to shipping to Anala Art in Sydney, Australia.
All work 48 x 48 " ( 120 x 120 cm ), Acrylic on canvas.VoluptasShark CandySwissdale CrossroadsSolar Pansy8 COLORBOMBS outside the studio prior to shipping to Anala Art in Sydney, Australia.
All work 48 x 48 " ( 120 x 120 cm ), Acrylic on canvas.A Love Supreme ( For John Coltrane )Trippin' Dorothy8 COLORBOMBS outside the studio prior to shipping to Anala Art in Sydney, Australia.
All work 48 x 48 " ( 120 x 120 cm ), Acrylic on canvas.Zorn ZipperMama GoldfinchCommission for Lock Haven University - Ulmer Hall
6 Tall Boys Commission for Lock Haven University - Ulmer Hall
6 Tall Boys Commission for Lock Haven University - Ulmer Hall
6 Tall Boys - " Blue Stella " on right.Down the Rabbit HoleBirds of Paradise - Scarlet HummerBirds of Paradise - Foxy ElectroBirds of Paradise - The Invisible Toucan ( right view )Birds of Paradise - The Invisible Toucan
DetailBirds of Paradise - The Invisible ToucanBirds of Paradise - The Ridiculous Duck ( left view )Birds of Paradise - The Ridiculous DuckLunar CricketsThe Katydids Rush Me - left viewThe Katydids Rush MeThe Honeysuckle BanditThe Honeysuckle Bandit - right viewThe Honeysuckle Bandit - left viewColor Bombs at Firecat Projects, Chicago, USAThe Bee Keeper's WifeThe Bee Keeper's Wife - left viewThe Bee Keeper's Wife - right view" Blue Stella "  and  " Igor's Birdy " installed 
at Ulmer Hall, Lock Haven University.

58 x 67" each -  Acrylic on canvas." Blue Stella " - installed at Ulmer Hall - Lock Haven University" Blue Stella " - installed at Ulmer Hall, Lock Haven University.

58 x 67" acrylic on canvas" Blue Stella " installed at Ulmer Hall, Lock Haven University.
58 x 67", acrylic on canvasMexico City - front viewMexico City - right viewMexico City - detailBirds of Paradise - El Pelicano
right viewBirds of Paradise - El PelicanoBirds of Paradise - Neon RoosterBirds of Paradise - Neon Rooster
DetailBirds of Paradise - Tylersville TanagerBirds of Paradise - Tylersville Tanager
DetailBirds of Paradise - Tylersville Tanager
Birds of Paradise - Appalachian CuckooBirds of Paradise - Appalachian Cuckoo - detailBirds of Paradise - Appalachian Cuckoo - front viewSnakebite ( right view )Snakebite ( Detail )Snakebite  ( front )The End of JulyDetail - The End of JulyBigtop StingrayDetail - Bigtop StingraySexy HippoDetail:  Sexy HippoFor Lee Konitz - 
( and all the notes not played )
For Lee Konitz - detailSeptember CleaverSeptember Cleaver - detailDarth ElectroDarth Electro - front viewDarth Electro - detailNiagara Disco - right viewNiagara Disco - detail Sugar Valley NoctureSugar Valley Nocturne - left viewFeathered AnvilFrozen Tulip - front viewFrozen Tulip - left viewFrozen Tulip - detailBlack Peter - left viewBlack Peter - front viewBlack Peter - detailApril Horizons - left viewApril Horizons - front viewApril Horizons - detail
Color Bombs
I want the Color Bombs to be beacons of positivity that can radiate across the room or whisper quietly beside you. I love the freedom and openness of color. These works don’t bring any baggage or hidden agenda. They present a platform for each viewer to experience on their own. They are directly linked to my love of jazz and the trajectory of the soloing improviser. I want the Color Bombs to have form – to be earthbound, but to also venture out to where things are felt and not necessarily seen. To be ecstatic and full of verve and edge – like a saxophone exploding out of nowhere, or the sublime wail of a guitar rattling the windows. But these works also search for silence and quiet, and all the notes not played. They are like songs composed of shape and line that bask in the presence of absolute color representing nothing but themselves.