Mar 032014

Hopefully I’m not being too annoying with my painting updates; it’s such a fine line and sometimes I get too excited to share things like a Kindergartner to notice if I’m being ridiculous or not…I think I should probably just err on the side of caution and assume that I am. Once all this horrendous winter weather subsides, I will probably be way less prolific, so there’s always hope for the future.


“Storming Calzones.” (This one is no longer available, but I wanted to share it because it makes me LOL.)


Custom “Bat Room” sign.


I can’t explain it, but making these little guys is extremely soothing for me. Strangely, during the grand opening of this little boutique in Pittsburgh called Wildcard, all of my bathroom plaques sold out. I don’t know exactly why they’re so popular, but I really enjoy making them so it’s a good thing!


I also enjoy painting mixtapes.

The other night, I was going through all my inactive listings on Etsy, because there are a handful of pieces that I still have laying around. I saw some old favorites and decided to offer made-to-order versions of them, like Bunch O Balloons:


And Sigmund!


I’m on a “Raining [Objects]” kick, obvi.

Look, I know I’m not churning out masterpieces here, but it’s fun and it makes Chooch smile (well, depending on his mood). I like making colorful things (and then fucking it up with something gross, as Henry laments). But these ones aren’t gross. For now, anyway. I’m still on my gross food kick.


In other news, I finally updated my “about” page after 7 years. Of course, it’s only public on the mobile site because I don’t know how to get the link on my sidebar, but you should be able to access it by clicking here.

  7 Responses to “Erin’s Amateur Art Hour”

  1. Ah, the Bat Room sign! I LOVE IT! That’s ridiculously cute.

  2. I love your painting/art posts. The raining tapes one is awesome. ^_^

  3. I really like the Bat and the Loo signs! I love your use of colors. You are very talented

  4. Your art is selling. That speaks for itself. So keep right on creating.

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