Land of Swords is a series of mixed media artworks that combined surrealism and fairy tales into a haunting narrative. Each piece tells a part of the story and lays out a mystery that asks the viewer to fill in the blanks.
The Montreal debut of New York artist Deming Harriman.
Deming King Harriman is a mixed media artist and designer based in Brooklyn, NYC. She was raised in Miami Beach and graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art with a BFA in Illustration and a concentration in Book Arts. She draws from archetypes and symbolism throughout mythology and ancient art to create the narratives and characters seen in her work. Deming’s art is saturated with ornate design and surreal concepts, expressed in a manner that indulges in wonder and storytelling.
Deming has showcased her work in galleries, museums, art fairs, and public installations. Highlights include exhibitions in The Baker Museum, Young at Art Museum, Deep Space Gallery, The Living Gallery Outpost, Latela Art Gallery, SCOPE, Superfine!, and Aqua. She has permanent public art installations, spanning over 48 works in total, on four of the largest cruise ships in the world with Royal Caribbean. She has been featured in publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Artnet, The Miami New Times, All City Canvas, The Photographic Journal, Art Is About, and Art District Magazine.