Erin’s painting practice is intuitive and explores experimentation and play with materials. Using fluid acrylics, stencils and spray paint; and building up layers of colour, pattern and contrasting translucent and opaque paint, the works slowly start to reveal themselves.
Erin’s woodcut printmaking practice, has a more methodical approach to design and process which she also loves; and finds that working between the two disciplines brings a wonderful balance to her creativity and art making.
A finalist in the 2016 and 2017 Muriel Hopper Hutt Art Awards, Erin had her first solo exhibition in 2017 at Thistle Hall Gallery in Wellington. She has recently graduated from The Learning Connexion with her Honours Diploma of Art and Creativity.