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Artwork

Acrylic Paintings

I’ve always been fascinated by chemistry and have always had a love for copper. Copper sulphate produces a blue color and vs copper chloride produces the greener color we know as patina.  Copper is known as the “healing” metal and in spiritual belief systems is thought to be healing and a conductor of energy flow, much like it is a conductor of heat and electricity.   Title: Copper Reactions    24in x 24in    Acrylic and spray paint on wood panel    © Erin Pikor 2019

I’ve always been fascinated by chemistry and have always had a love for copper. Copper sulphate produces a blue color and vs copper chloride produces the greener color we know as patina.

Copper is known as the “healing” metal and in spiritual belief systems is thought to be healing and a conductor of energy flow, much like it is a conductor of heat and electricity.

Title: Copper Reactions

24in x 24in

Acrylic and spray paint on wood panel

© Erin Pikor 2019

This piece is inspired by the bizarre and spectacular pink lake:  Salina De Torrevieja  in Spain. The high salinity lake has unique colonies of microorganisms that give it it’s purple and pink colors.   Salina De Torrevieja Ripples at Sunset    24in x 24in    Acrylic on wood panel    © Erin Pikor 2019

This piece is inspired by the bizarre and spectacular pink lake: Salina De Torrevieja in Spain. The high salinity lake has unique colonies of microorganisms that give it it’s purple and pink colors.

Salina De Torrevieja Ripples at Sunset

24in x 24in

Acrylic on wood panel

© Erin Pikor 2019

Sometimes I start with inspiration and sometimes a painting reveals itself when its complete. This is one of those pieces. I just stared at it wondering what it was telling me. It looked like part of the earth to me, so I looked at a 3D globe image to try and find out where this was. The Gulf Coast kept coming to mind, but it had been changed. I consider myself an environmentalist and have great concern for our planet, but also wonder if this is a glimpse into the future of a new coastline in the south eastern United States.   New Gulf Coast    24in x 24in    Acrylic on wood panel    © Erin Pikor 2019

Sometimes I start with inspiration and sometimes a painting reveals itself when its complete. This is one of those pieces. I just stared at it wondering what it was telling me. It looked like part of the earth to me, so I looked at a 3D globe image to try and find out where this was. The Gulf Coast kept coming to mind, but it had been changed. I consider myself an environmentalist and have great concern for our planet, but also wonder if this is a glimpse into the future of a new coastline in the south eastern United States.

New Gulf Coast

24in x 24in

Acrylic on wood panel

© Erin Pikor 2019

I’ve always loved being near the ocean but until a few years ago, it has been terrifying for me to step into. I had a near drowning experience as a child, and when I moved to San Diego from Connecticut in 2001, I tried to get back in the water. I unfortunately got caught beneath the crash of a huge wave and was pulled under, keeping me on shore once again. A few years ago a friend asked me to go paddle boarding and I was reluctant, but knew I would be with an experienced swimmer and open ocean diver. I went on the bay and fell involve with water again! I bought a used paddle board that same week and continue to love my time on the water. Rather than traumatic, it has become my calm meditation time to reflect on all things good, and remember how truly blessed I am no matter what troubles happen day-to-day. I wanted to capture something beautiful in this piece to remind me to see beauty and positivity in everything.   Sea Plants    18in x 36in    Acrylic and spray paint on canvas    © Erin Pikor 2018

I’ve always loved being near the ocean but until a few years ago, it has been terrifying for me to step into. I had a near drowning experience as a child, and when I moved to San Diego from Connecticut in 2001, I tried to get back in the water. I unfortunately got caught beneath the crash of a huge wave and was pulled under, keeping me on shore once again. A few years ago a friend asked me to go paddle boarding and I was reluctant, but knew I would be with an experienced swimmer and open ocean diver. I went on the bay and fell involve with water again! I bought a used paddle board that same week and continue to love my time on the water. Rather than traumatic, it has become my calm meditation time to reflect on all things good, and remember how truly blessed I am no matter what troubles happen day-to-day. I wanted to capture something beautiful in this piece to remind me to see beauty and positivity in everything.

Sea Plants

18in x 36in

Acrylic and spray paint on canvas

© Erin Pikor 2018

This is another subject that revealed itself after the fact. I started pouring in layers tipping the canvas, throwing on glitter, paint and repeat and was a bit disappointed at first that it didn’t have the curved banding look I was trying to achieve. I threw it in the garage and would take it out each day to figure out my thoughts. I really started loving it. There was something about it that made me think: mermaid. I was pretty sure it was the glitter. Then one late night she appeared! I really couldn’t believe she was there! I named the painting before I found her - she must have been trying hard make me see her!   Siren Range on Venus   18in x 36in  Acrylic, Mica and glitter on canvas  © Erin Pikor 2019

This is another subject that revealed itself after the fact. I started pouring in layers tipping the canvas, throwing on glitter, paint and repeat and was a bit disappointed at first that it didn’t have the curved banding look I was trying to achieve. I threw it in the garage and would take it out each day to figure out my thoughts. I really started loving it. There was something about it that made me think: mermaid. I was pretty sure it was the glitter. Then one late night she appeared! I really couldn’t believe she was there! I named the painting before I found her - she must have been trying hard make me see her!

Siren Range on Venus

18in x 36in

Acrylic, Mica and glitter on canvas

© Erin Pikor 2019

Watercolor and pencil drawings.