Erin Hammond's free-form figurative expressionism paintings allow her female representations to express their inner, subjective realities. She brings her figures to life with an exploration of color, form, and composition saturated with a distinctive set of representational characteristics, non-objective features, and recognizable poses. Her original artworks emphasize deeply thoughtful portraits and the softness of women in a moment of contemplation and reflection.
This original artwork on a wood panel is 48 inches high by 32 inches wide. Hammond used a variety of media, including acrylic paint and charcoal to create this unique painting. The artwork is signed on the front by the artist. The sides are painted as a continuation of the front. It is stretched, wired, and ready to hang. Free local Los Angeles area delivery. Affordable continental U.S. and worldwide shipping are available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the gallery is included.
Hammond focuses "on the roughness of line and the immediate processes of painting”. “As we are unfinished beings, in the process of completion, my compositions reflect that concept as I overlap with paint and pencil lines, heavily layering some areas while leaving other areas open.” She uses the unfinished elements of her aesthetic to explore the contemporary fascination with (im)perfection latent in those professions. She creates society portraits through the syntaxes of the fashion sketch and abstraction. By alternating layers of pencil and acrylic, she combines an active interest in the female body with experiments in color, calligraphic elements, and shading.
Erin Hammond was born in Milwaukee, WI, and studied Fine Art at the University of Wisconsin Parkside. She moved to Los Angeles in 2010. In 2013 she was a top-rated artist in RAWawards, the largest indie art competition in the US. Hammond's works have been exhibited at numerous art fairs and galleries worldwide. Her original artworks can be found in international private collections around the globe.