Louisa Bermingham is a Bermudian multimedia artist and educator. She has taught art across the island for over 20 years in various settings, from primary school through to college level. She was the Education Director of the Bermuda National Gallery from 1999 to 2002, during which time she started the gallery’s education outreach from scratch.
Her artwork can be found in numerous public and private collections including the Bermuda National Gallery, Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art and Ace International.
She says: “I have recently started documenting the glimpses of structure, chaos and progress that I come across as I beetle about my daily existence. These are mostly snapped from my car as I traverse the urban wilderness that is now Bermuda. I transform these images into paintings using a random selection of colour and texture based on whims that strike me in the creative moment. I view the paintings as magnifying a moment in time, emphasizing the present that escapes us every day.”