Jade Herriman from Australia is an artist and art therapist. She creates her artwork using collage, pen and ink, oil pastels, water colour, acrylic, found objects and post-consumer paper reused from a variety of sources, subject to physical and digital manipulation. She has exhibited in group shows at Pine Street, Gallery Red and At the Vanishing Point. Her zine ‘a week in review’ is available for sale from Sticky Institute in Melbourne, and she convenes the collaborative blog Making Groovy Things. Jade gifts work to strangers as part of the Art Abandonment movement, and enjoys being part of artist trades and swaps.
To see more about Jade, please visit her website.