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Aileen O. Erickson, Island Child: Joy
Island Child: Joy, 2019. Beach finds and painted wood scraps on panel, epoxy glue, 10" X 8"

I do larger acrylic paintings on canvas of mostly found beach objects glued or merely laid out on top of small, prepared panels. Embedded in the context of nature, both paintings and panel models tend to focus on the search for personal balance and resolution. In the paintings, the carefully composed panels are usually depicted as floating in undefined, encompassing space.

I have mostly resided in New England, settling in Boston in my midtwenties and then moving to Cambridge in my early thirties. In 1973 Boston Center for the Arts became my working home.

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Aileen O. Erickson, Four Corners
Four Corners, 2018. Acrylic on canvas, 24" X 30"

 

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