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Emerald Green Abstract

Revel & Co. 2016

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Johns Island Sunday” was inspired by the salt marshes after the rain.

Green-abstract-surface-design-71“Mossy North Side” was inspired by Johns Island woods after a series of storms. All the crazy mosses, lichens and fungi were popping up in our yard.


Revel & Co. 2016

“Wind Break” was inspired by a particularly windy and rainy day. This is my interpretation of myΒ backyard pond.

Revel & Co. 2016

One guess what my favorite color is!!!

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When I painted this series of green abstracts it was raining buckets and all of Johns Island was emerald and rainforesty. In other words: heavenly.

I’m honored that Revel & Co. chose to blow up my paintings and put them on wrapping paper. Β I don’t have the space in my home studio to do large format paintings, but seeing my work on big sheets makes me want to move into a bigger space and bust out some giant canvases.

PHOTOS | ZoomWorks Photography for Revel & Co.

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Frida
    August 1, 2016 at 12:39 pm

    In your own word “Heavenly”!
    Yay, for getting it on wrapping paper!!

    • Reply
      Erika
      August 2, 2016 at 9:05 pm

      Thanks so much, Frida : ) xo

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    Terri Gorham
    September 15, 2016 at 10:10 pm

    Love your work! It reminds me of early Georgia O’Keefe abstracts. Green is one of my favorite colors,too. It brings to mind the natural world with all its ancient forests, dense jungles, and serene mountainsides lit by sunshine. I think it’s exciting and fresh! Keep it up???

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      Erika
      September 15, 2016 at 10:39 pm

      Thank you, Terri! Green is the best. It’s funny you mention that green reminds you of sunshine, because that’s what it means to me, too.

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