Taiga Ermansons


By means of commonplace methods and materials such as tape, Kleenex tissue, and scrap wood, Taiga Ermansons’ art uses marks as signs of presence. Her work is exact, without illusion or fuss.

A native New Yorker, Taiga Ermansons moved to Massachusetts in 1998. She studied art at the School of Visual Arts and The New School in New York City and holds a BA in studio art from Smith College. Her installation work has been shown at Open Square, Holyoke, MA, and the Oresmann Gallery at Smith College. Her drawings have been included in New York/New England/New Talent at Hampden Gallery, UMass-Amherst, Spencertown Academy Arts Center, NY, and the 2008 New England/New Talent exhibition at the Fitchburg Museum of Art.