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754 Government Street
Mobile, AL, 36602
United States

(251) 304-9008

The Serpents of Bienville is an artist collective started in Southern Alabama by Amanda and Sean Herman. The project has grown from a study of southern mythology and folklore to include art, books, and merchandise available for purchase. The Serpents of Bienville is a celebration of the Southern Arts community and the people that carry on the tradition of creativity. Subscribe to our blog to hear about Alabama's history, oddities, lore and hidden treasures. Follow us on social media to stay up to date with new artists and projects in our community!

We Are The Serpents of Bienville

Fascinated with all things eerie and odd in the American South, we tell creepy stories and interview the creative folks that inspire us. From artists and authors to small business owners, we are learning from the individuals that dare to create their own path.

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Interview with Duane Knight

Sean Herman

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Sean Herman sat down with Duane Knight of Flux Studio and Gallery to talk about his journey into making art his life, turning his passion into a career. Duane is a phenomenal artist and cofounder of Flux: a working studio, a curated gallery for local and regional contemporary art, an incubator for creative entrepreneurship, an educational facility and a vital resource for art on the Gulf Coast. Flux is also the new home of Serpents of Bienville Gallery at 754 Government Street in Mobile, Alabama. 

Introduction to Serpents of Bienville

Sean Herman

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Interview with Sean Herman and Amanda Herman with guest Christian Baxter Mott (Christianbaxtermott.com). We explain Serpents of Bienville as local artist collective, gallery and retail space in Mobile, Alabama, and motley crew of folklore and oddity enthusiasts. Christian also gives us a glimpse into the workings of Ant Farm Journal (antfarmmobile.com). You can expect all the goodness of southern folk tales, weird history, and interviews with members of the collective and folks that we find incredibly intriguing, that have turned their passions into inspiring careers. To read some of our stories before they are released into podcast land, be sure to visit our blog!