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 Owl asterism:
Skin and Bone
Melissa Llanes Brownlee
Her toes curling in the sand, Tita counts the shells spiraling beside her. Their bleached bodies, remnants of once-living creatures, wondering if her bones will shine as brightly when she is dead.
Chloe N. Clark
The first time I’d held a basketball, I was four, and my Dad had passed it gently to me. In my hands, it was heavy and I dropped it. As it rolled away, I saw people climb up from the lines.
Jose Hernandez Diaz
The man in an MF DOOM shirt, “El Chacal,” was masked: a virus had spread that winter. It will all be over soon, he thought.
[i learned how to win in four moves]
i learned how to win in four moves at chess. i learned the three segments of every insect’s body. i learned that ms. jacqueline takes her smoke breaks behind the gymnasium and stubs out her cigarette on the oleander petals.