Erin Price is a self-taught artist living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. She works primarily on paper in both colored pencil and watercolor. While she mostly works within the figurative tradition, she occasionally dips her toes into more abstract forms of artistic expression. You can find her on Instagram at @erindanika.
Other stars in the Conch asterism:
The Blob (1947-Pres)
Samuel Rafael Barber
The blob made its way into downtown Arlington, Virginia fixing power lines and removing graffiti all the while. Such decrepitude in infrastructure was not conducive to a good business environment.
Once Upon a Time in Hawaii
Melissa Llanes Brownlee
We glide to the boats on silent waves. Our paddles slicing through the waters. Our war canoes hidden in the darkness of a new moon.
Jose Hernandez Diaz
I fell into a pile of old wrinkled love poems I had written in youth to a young lady I had a crush on back in undergrad.
[most of us saw what we were looking for]
most of us saw what we were looking for, rather than what we found. i take my grape-nuts with instant coffee. now the river is an empty bed of sand.
The Weatherman Again Predicts a Once-in-a-Lifetime Storm
Backstroking across a green screen, the weatherman warns of falling skies and downed power lines. Spleen-shaped hailstones shatter windshields and aviaries.