25.05.09 by Jeff

Erin Morrison

Paintings by Erin Morrison. Seattle, Washington.

erin morrison painting painter artist

erin morrison painting painter artist

erin morrison painting painter artist

erin morrison painting painter artist

erin morrison painting painter artist

erin morrison painting painter artist

erin morrison painting painter artist













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • These are really great. It’s interesting how the artist seemed to find beauty in world disasters.

  • Corina

    stunning. really thought provoking and beautiful.

  • Kiera

    beautiful. i love the second last one :D

  • emily

    in the fourth one there appear to be the rods (and strings) used to control marionette puppets which would make the clouds ‘manipulators’ and those effected by them their puppets.
    but i think i am just reading too deep into this painting, which, incidentally, is beautiful

  • Hmm.

    incredible..the veins? vines? roots? whatever they are..amazing.

  • Impeccable fusion of kinetic imagination that has transformed realism with surrealism of imagination. Erin brings a depth of her medical development to her paintings that enriches the color of imagination of the birthing of a cell, rejuevination of inside the body’s phenominom unseen with the naked eye. Her compelling style seems to reflect her medical studies that penetrates even her paintings of birth explosion of magnificent color and illusion of what could be apart of medical research explaining to people who see her works, children learning in class a vision of what the scientific world tries to bring forth for the eye.

    Her works are to me kinetic, fused from experience and mingles with the optical illusion of the arts that reflect three dimensional imagination.





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