Erin was born in New York City, where as a child, she started her art career painting the patio walls of her parent’s Greenwich Village apartment under the tutelage of her mother, an accomplished artist and Erin’s main influence.
Though her current focus is contemporary painting in acrylic, she has worked extensively in multiple mediums, including sculpture, printmaking, and Mosaic.
She is a graduate of Rhodes College, with a degree in communication arts. She has studied both domestically and abroad with noted artists, including the late Jacques Lipchitz.
Her work can be found in both private and corporate collections, including the permanent collections of the Children’s Discovery Museum and Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum.
Her work has been sited in multiple publications, including the New York Times, and her series of “Ironing Board Sculptures” was featured on National Public Television’s Tennessee Crossroads.
She is an active member of numerous art organizations, including the National Association of Women Artists, and has served in all leadership positions in the Nashville Artists Guild.
Erin is a long time resident of Middle Tennessee and remains committed to creating unique works for the enjoyment of both herself and other art lovers.