Born March 6, 1946 in Dinard in Brittany (France), having lived in Paris for 25 years, currently living in the Camargue in the south of France. All his life was devoted to the Arts. He did Fine Arts in Rennes and Paris as well as studies with Italian, Flemish and German masters. He was a student of the painter Yves Brayer and the Hungarian painter Paul Maîk, before obtaining his Masters in plastic art. In 1978, he met Grand Master Zao Wou Ki at the Galliera Museum in Paris, and then exhibited together at the “Salon des Surindépendants” at the Musée du Luxembourg in 1978. Between 1977 and 1990, he focused on fantastic themes, symbolists and surrealists. In 1985, he was invited to Salvador Dali, at the Domaine de Port-Lligat (Cadaqués, Spain) with Hans Rudolf Giger. Grandmaster Dali then taught him how to put gold leaf on a frame. His works have been appreciated at multiple international exhibitions, including Shanghai, Germany, Canada, Egypt, Holland, France and several other countries. His current paintings are mainly composed of abstract art and modern figurative art. He has also developed a unique technique by which he pours molten metal directly onto the canvas. He has won more than 30 national and international awards. Appointed on December 12, 2016, Honorary Member of the "NATIONAL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS BRAZIL" in recognition of his contribution to Art and Culture by its President, Mr. Edilson Barbosa. Being at the same time named "Public figure of importance" in Brazil (Prestigious Hall of valuable public parsonalities). His works of art are part of several private collections around the world. He is the founding President of Mondial Art Academia, an association based in France, bringing together more than 400 international artists from 50 countries, selected for the quality and richness of their work.


Pierrick HER now devotes himself almost exclusively to abstract art and modern figuration. His current research makes him use mixed techniques of molten metal from 250 ° to 1100 ° degrees associated with natural and chemical pigments on canvas.