Fermin Hernandez Serigraphs
El Mirador Fine Picture Framing is proud to carry a selection of Fermin Hernandez Serigraphs. Please come by the shop, call or email us to inquire about availability and prices. Image colors in the slideshow above will vary according to monitors. These are photos of the serigraphs which are wrapped in protective acrylic so some reflection is visible.
Fermin Hernandez was a well-known artist in Albuquerque and owner of Hernandez Fine Art and Studio. His work displayed in the sets of the “Breaking Bad” television series, as well as in the collections of former Secretary of State John Kerry, and actors Ted Dansen and Goldie Hawn. His artwork was inspired by the scenery of the New Mexico landscape. In May 2015, Fermin Hernandez was fatally injured in a car crash.
Fermin worked out of his studio in the same building as El Mirador Framing until his death. His one man show “Spaces and Places” and opening reception for the new exhibit was held at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in St. Joseph, June 13-Sept. 13 2003. The Fermin Hernandez Art seminar “Serigraphy” was held January 9, 2014, at BYU-Idaho. The university owns many of Fermin’s serigraphs.