My work explores the intersection of realism and abstraction, and takes inspiration from forms found in nature and human biology.
After graduating Summa Cum Laude from the Columbus College of Art and Design in 2003, Erin Wozniak went on to a summer fellowship at Yale University at Norfolk to study painting. Erin’s work has been seen in group shows in the USA and in juried exhibitions in New Zealand and the USA. She was also included in the prestigious annual BP Portrait Awards Exhibition in 2009 and 2012 at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. Her work offers private moments of introspection and contemplation. According to the artist, “My artwork searches for meaning and beauty in the everyday. Through obsessive rendering and careful, deliberate composing of domestic imagery, my drawings and paintings become meditations on motherhood, familial relationships, and time. I attempt to create metaphorically open imagery that speaks about our shared experiences as human beings.”