"Hydroponic Love," acrylic on canvas, 72" x 72" detail1 As visual artist, Gerhardt explores cultural value systems by culling objects from everyday experiences and re-engaging them for exhibition and study as paintings, sculptural works, installations and photographs.  

"Hydroponic Love," acrylic on canvas, 72" x 72" detail1

As visual artist, Gerhardt explores cultural value systems by culling objects from everyday experiences and re-engaging them for exhibition and study as paintings, sculptural works, installations and photographs.

 

ARTIST'S BIOGRAPHY    

Gerhardt engineers Gerhardt Studio Lab in Houston where she has exhibited artworks with Rice University, Diverse Works, Lawndale and Poissant Galleries. Longview Museum of Fine Art in Texas soloed her works in “Cracking Plastic Code.”

She has acted as community liaison with youth to build connections with Museum of Fine Art Houston, NASA, Lawndale and The Children's Museum. Gerhardt has written studies and curriculum for Yale University and Houston ISD and has been artist team leader for Creative Capital New York via Andy Warhol Foundation.

The Lester Marks Collection has acquired Gerhardt’s installation work, “Safety-Net.” Marks is recognized by Art News magazine as one of the top two hundred collectors in the world.