February 15 – March 26, 2021
“We must take time back into ourselves, to let our consciousness breathe and our cluttered minds be still and silent. This is what art can do and museums can be in today’s world.”
Bill Viola, Buddha Mind in Contemporary Art, 254
Inspired by Buddhist ideas of envelopment of life’s precious moments, this exhibition features work from five different artists who explore ideas of identity, meditation, energy, experience, and human consciousness. The act of looking at these works promotes reflection and separation from the pressures and calamity of the outside world. The events of the past year have been overwhelming negative forces present in our lives. In these unsteady times, we find ourselves longing for a moment of stillness and serenity. These works serve as an avenue for contemplation to evaporate uneasiness and anxiety by immersing the viewer in the visual experience.
This exhibition was made possible through the Roanoke College Permanent Art Collection and the works of Duane Cregger, Kyra Hinton, Amy Herzel and Kate Shortridge.
Ephemeral Tranquility was curated by Samantha Meyer through the Roanoke College Art History Exhibition Practicum Class.
Reflections, Musings, Outrage, and the Beautiful Bits of Pseudo Pompous life.
Postponed Until - Oct 27-29
DC Superfine Art Fair 2023
Dock 5 at Union Market
April 5-April 9, 2023
A.D. Herzel will be showing two Digital Composite Prints, Granny Square and Mother Ship in Arlington, VA at the Gallery Underground.
My history of western Art education from Sargent to Kreuger paving the way for exploration of Asian American Women creators and artists.
Seeds From the East - Exhibit and programming
Exhibition April 30- June 5, 2022
May 14, 2022
Artist Talk 4-5pm
Opening Reception 5-7pm
Seeds From the East
Exhibition- April 30-June 5, 2022
Philip Jaisohn House
May 14, 2022
Artist Talk 4-5pm
Opening Reception 5-7pm
Afghan Bride drawing by A.D. Herzel exhibited in Philadelphia
A benefit for Tools for Schools and Education Works
Oct. 7-Nov. 19, 2021
990 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia
A spotlight on the Asian America and Korean Adoptee Experience.
A little more about A.D. Herzel, the life, the work and the meaning.
Flower Photographs, Illustrations and Digital Composites in an on demand print format with options for licensing. A.D. Herzel's Spring Flowers, Pandemic Blossoms and #AsianGirls illustrations.
250 Years of Botetourt History in Artifacts and Art
Exhibition of Historical works and works of Art by Contemporary Botetourt County Artists. A.D Herzel's mixed media work , "Conversations with the trees" and "What is a Chair" are included.
The latest image drop on The Universal Asian. Learn more about the inspiration for my works.
Premier Inaugural Print Edition
Limited Varied Multimedia Edition of 11
Exclusively sold on: Notyourkitty.store
Pseudo Pompous Press
Olin Hall Gallery, Roanoke College Exhibit, Ephemeral Tranquility.
Sutra's, Open, Heart Sutra and Because you never truly left the womb of the universe by A.D. Herzel all on display.
Essay on Beauty as a Korean American Adoptee. Growing up in America with White Western beauty standards and learning to appreciate what true beauty is in my middle age.
Writing about the Seeds from the East, Adoptee Healing Project.
November Issue of The Universal Asian
Welcome to the studio of A.D. Herzel, small prints, cards, mixed media, drawings, watercolors, portraits, abstract micro-drawings and photo-composites. Watch the video #virtualartgallery
A brief introduction to the Korean Adoptee Healing Project
Images and text about the Portrait project
Oct 1st launch of Patreon.com/adherzel A brief history of my culture from an American perspective. Tales of messianic cults, Jewish rituals and Korean celebrations. Choseuk, Yom Kippur, Rosh Ha Shana, Sukkot
Free online Creative Arts and Mediation workshops hosted by the Gide Foundation . Every Sunday at 4pm EST. Join through Zoom link found on ADHerzel's FB Event Page.
This exhibition is a joint effort between the Moss Center and the Blacksburg Regional Art Association in conjunction with the Fine Art Center of the New River Valley in Pulaski and the Floyd Center for the Arts. Every two years the show changes from one of these organizations to the next. This marks the first time the biennial has been hosted by the spectacular Moss Center and the first biennial in Blacksburg since 2013 at Perspective Gallery.
Sixty-four artists from 21 different towns or cities will be exhibiting in the three galleries of the center. These artists were selected from among 389 entries forwarded to the juror.
"Entering Amy Herzel’s gallery I was transfixed. Her works are airy, or even aerie—a secluded and isolated place high up in the sky."
Please join us for the opening reception of “Gold & Desire – a Solo Exhibition of works
by Amy D. Herzel” at the Cerulean Arts Gallery & Studio on April 7, 2018 from 2pm-5pm.
Micro Drawings as spontaneous visual meditations.
Fort Worth community Art Center Solo Showdown 2017
Abstract Research collaboration with the Corilion Medical School. Partnership with Alex Shondra.
Drawing on the crest of the wave.
Reflections on exhibitions, sales and the work
Pseudo Pompous prints in Los Angeles.
Drawing Show at the Red Arrow Gallery, Nashville