Hailey E. Herrera

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Hailey E. Herrera

HAILEY E. HERRERA (b. 1971)

Born in Chuncheon, South Korea; resides in Bryan

 

Painted: Huntsville SP and Mission Tejas SP

 

Education

Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, 2004–2005

PhD Computer Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, 2004

MA Computer Science, Ewha University, Seoul, South Korea, 1996

 

Career Highlights

Co-author of The Art of Painting Sea Life in Watercolor: Master Techniques for Painting Spectacular Sea Animals in Watercolor (Lake Forest, California: Walter Foster Publishing, 2016)

Herweck’s Award, Texas Watercolor Society, 2012

Best of Show, Brazos Valley Art League/Lone Star Art Guild Judged Show, 2012

 

Selected Exhibitions

Rhapsody in Hue, The Gallery Downtown, Navasota, 2018

Satori X SEAD: an artistic collaboration, Satori Gallery, Houston, 2017–2018

Fusion—Music for the Eyes II, The Gallery at Round Top, Round Top, 2017

Fresh Paint: Watermedia Abstracts, Elm Street Studio, Keller, 2017

Calligraphy+Color, SEAD Gallery, Bryan, 2017

Into the Woods, SEAD Gallery, Bryan, 2016

Valley Impressions, Beyond Arts Gallery, Harlingen, 2015

Annual International Exhibition, Watercolor Art Society-Houston (WAS-H), 2013, 2014

College Station: A Community History, George H. W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum, College Station, 2013–2014

Texas Watercolor Society National Exhibition, 2012, 2013, 2014

 

Selected Public Collections

Art for Rural Texas, Fayetteville

Print installations: Texas A&M University, College Station; St. Louis Children’s Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri; The Buffalo Coalition Neighborhood Association, Las Vegas, Nevada

Numerous print installations via Interior Designer companies located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Clayton, Olivette, and St. Louis, Missouri; Newport Beach and Fallbrook, California; Longboat Key, Florida; Houston, Texas; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Peoria, Highland Park, and Northbrook, Illinois; Manassas, Virginia; Rowville and Melbourne, Australia

 

 

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