Born in Rouen, France, Hervé Alexandre excelled in the arts from a young age, however it was not until he focused his studies on portraiture and painting at Toulouse, France, and over to Ottowa, Canada from 1981 to 1984 that he truly refined his skill and style. Alexandre prefers to create realistic works in irrealistic media and colors. His material use range from pastel, charcoal, acrylic, oil, and pen on board or canvas and incorporate collages as well.
Hervé Alexandre’s portraiture depicts various subjects, largely drawn from his travels, or in the case of the aerospace Collection, his occupation, working for Air France. Alexandre has dedicated collections to Mongolia, China, Latin America, and Africa and some of the aerospace Portraits are in the permanent collection of the Sao Paolo aerospace Museum in Brazil.
Alexandre has been creating aerospace inspired pieces since 2006 and we are pleased to present them to you at InterFlight Studio Gallery and at Out of the Blue Café located at 2426 NE 2nd Ave (just blocks away from the gallery).