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Herman Ruhland

 
306 Cumberland Street
Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 7H9
T: (613) 860-1555
W: www.lapetitemortgallery.com

Posted by: Galerie la Petite Mort

 

HERMAN RUHLAND
May 11 – 24, 2012
Vernissage, Friday May 11th from 7PM – 10PM
Tunes by Big Mac Daddy
Proudly sponsored by CKCU 93.1FM
Born in the Netherlands near Amsterdam, the witnessing of the Nazi occupation as a very young boy made an everlasting impression on him and became a benchmark for all other things to come.
Studied horticulture and agriculture and worked in that field. During his draft into the military service, he met artists and
people interested in art, this set him off in working in the field of art. A lot of this desire came through in his garden designs.
Married a girl named Margretha, settled in Ottawa, has a family of 4 and running a garden design (hands on) company.
Attended the Ottawa School of Art for several sessions. Has been influenced by Ecole de Paris art movement (International, abstract, vivid colours) and American Art Movement.
Lives on a farm near Ottawa.
For this show he has made several objet trouves found objects sculptures, these are derived from old farm, crafts and utility objects, leftovers quite often of my stock as an antique dealer.
Some of these no doubt are influenced by other artists gone before.

HERMAN RUHLAND

May 11 – 24, 2012

Vernissage, Friday May 11th from 7PM – 10PM

Tunes by Big Mac Daddy

Proudly sponsored by CKCU 93.1FM

Born in the Netherlands near Amsterdam, the witnessing of the Nazi occupation as a very young boy made an everlasting impression on him and became a benchmark for all other things to come.

Studied horticulture and agriculture and worked in that field. During his draft into the military service, he met artists andpeople interested in art, this set him off in working in the field of art. A lot of this desire came through in his garden designs.

Married a girl named Margretha, settled in Ottawa, has a family of 4 and running a garden design (hands on) company.

Attended the Ottawa School of Art for several sessions. Has been influenced by Ecole de Paris art movement (International, abstract, vivid colours) and American Art Movement.Lives on a farm near Ottawa.

For this show he has made several objet trouves found objects sculptures, these are derived from old farm, crafts and utility objects, leftovers quite often of my stock as an antique dealer.Some of these no doubt are influenced by other artists gone before.

 

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