Wilding Cran Gallery is pleased to announce presentations by February James and Herald Nix for Platform.
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Herald Nix is a visual artist and musician, who attended the Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr University). Born and raised in Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Nix has favored the North Okanagan region in his career as a painter. He makes almost daily trips into the bush around Salmon Arm or takes his rowboat onto the lake to paint using oil on board. In addition to his work as a visual artist, Herald Nix is an acclaimed musician who has performed throughout Canada and internationally.
February James was born in Washington, DC. She holds a BFA from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. James’ work has been shown in numerous solo exhibitions, including: (Don’t) Take Me With You at Wilding Cran in Los Angeles, California (forthcoming); When the Chickens Come Home to Roost, Tilton Gallery, NYC; We Laugh Loud So The Spirit Can Hear at Monique Meloche Gallery in Chicago, Illinois; and I Painted Flowers for You at Luce Gallery in Turin, Italy; among others. James’ work has also been shown internationally in group exhibitions, including at: Luce Gallery in Turin, Italy; Residency Gallery in Los Angeles, California; Anthony Gallery in Chicago, Illinois; Jeffery Deitch in Los Angeles, California; LatchKey Gallery in New York City; and Gallery Josephine in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts; among others. February James lives and works in Los Angeles, California.