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TROXEL ART PROJECTS ARTISTS

All of our artists are selected by Scott Troxel based on how their work relates to the overall artist roster and to the deleberate and calculated aesthetic of Troxel Art Projects.  Scott selects artists, not based on whether they have an MFA or any other standard art industry staleness.  He chooses artists to represent because he believes in their work, first and foremost.  As a successful artist himself, he has a deeper understanding of what makes an artist great and those are who he seeks out to represent.  

KURT HERMANN

PAINTING

B. 1971 USA

Kurt Herrmann is a painter from central Pennsylvania who does both figurative and abstract work but above all is a colorist at heart. Although he continues working and living close to his roots in Pennsylvania.

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AVAILABLE WORK

SCOTT TROXEL

MIXED MEDIA WALL SCULPTURE

B. 1971 USA

​Scott Troxel draws on the aesthetics of bygone technology and the forward-looking designs of the Atomic Age and mid-century modernism to make dynamic, retrofuturist wooden sculptures that evoke nostalgia for the past as much as they look to the future. Fascinated by the way pieces of technology, culture, and design reveal their age, Scott aims to make works that cannot be pinned to a specific era. Scott has exhibited his work at numerous fairs and exhibitions across the United States, including The Other Art Fair New York, SCOPE MIAMI, SOFA Chicago, Art Wynwood, NY Art Expo and Texas Contemporary. His works are held in private collections across the United States, Asia, Canada, Europe, and South America.

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AVAILABLE WORK

HERMZOO

WATER COLOR

B. 1971 UNKNOWN

Although Hermzoo was born and raised in some of the most rural parts of Pennsylvania he has exhibited his whimsical, cutting, absurd artwork across the United States, Europe, Russia, and Australia. Full of riotous, crackling colour, Hermzoo’s paintings embody the landscape, animals and people that surround him”.

Hermzoo explains that these paintings are his vehicle to poke around the hills and valleys where he lives and see what pops up. He’s riffing on the landscape, the inhabitants – and himself. Sometimes what he stumbles upon is real, sometimes invented -it doesn’t really matter. The paintings are real. The rest is a mystery.

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AVAILABLE WORK

Erika Gehringer

PAINTING

B.  USA

There is a certain sadness inherent in the designs that I see left abandoned on sidewalks and walls. It’s true that I don’t notice every stain on the ground, but the ones I do notice are usually in places that have a significance in my life. The subject matter varies from the sentimental to the quotidian. One of my paintings was inspired from the textures I photographed on the side of the church where my grandmother got married in Mexico City. Another one was created from the stains on the sidewalk outside of the place where I get my coffee every day. My work is rooted in these designs and inspirations. I photograph the designs and use them as the foundation for my work. As soon as they are projected onto a canvas and given color, these remnants have the chance to become new again; to be seen and heard. They tell the story of how they came to be; they bear witness to events that had been relegated to the past. A moment in someone’s story, which was once forgotten, and often overlooked, has the opportunity to be again.

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AVAILABLE WORK

NEW ARTIST

WATER COLOR

B. 1971 UNKNOWN

Hermzoo ( b. 1971, Appalachian Mountains of Pennsylvania ). Although Hermzoo was born and raised in some of the most rural parts of Pennsylvania he has exhibited his whimsical, cutting, absurd artwork across the United States, Europe, Russia, and Australia. Full of riotous, crackling colour, Hermzoo’s paintings embody the landscape, animals and people that surround him”.

Hermzoo explains that these paintings are his vehicle to poke around the hills and valleys where he lives and see what pops up. He’s riffing on the landscape, the inhabitants – and himself. Sometimes what he stumbles upon is real, sometimes invented -it doesn’t really matter. The paintings are real. The rest is a mystery.

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