Erin Parish, ‘Scintillating’, 2012, Winston Wächter Fine Art
Erin Parish, ‘Scintillating’, 2012, Winston Wächter Fine Art

About Erin Parish

Erin Parish’s trademark paintings are marked by the repetition of circular forms and the influence of her diverse set of interests: the tranquility of the ocean in South Florida, where she lives; the meditative tenets of Buddhism and aesthetics of Wabi Sabi; the dotted works of Yayoi Kusama; and the utopian quality of German Expressionism. Parish draws on the patterns found in nature for her subject matter, exploring the ways they mirror each other at the most microscopic and macroscopic levels.

American, b. 1966

Solo Shows

2015
Reverie Arts, 
Sonoma,
Art Harvest No. 3 - "A Temporary Exploration of Art"