A girl of many trades, interests and experiences: jewelry designer, artist, event planner, arts education advocate, community volunteer, momma, runner, pug lover, photographer, donut addict, writer, magazine hoarder, Oklahoma City booster, hiker, knitter, state fair blue ribbon winner, scooter girl, traveler...
After working in arts and architecture for most of her career in marketing, event planning and museum curating/archiving she also co-produced a 10-year-run of the nationally recognized all-female art event, The Girlie Show. Now Erin is focusing solely on her full-time art career working primarily on her self-branded jewelry line as well as encaustic painting.
Erin's jewelry is an extension of who she is. She is the brand.
Working in her intimate home studio with two sweet pugs sleeping at her feet, she creates meaningful handcrafted jewelry. Each piece is designed with a strong awareness of the collection as a whole; ultimately feminine clean lines and graphic shapes with an organic and edgy nature.
With a minimalist aesthetic, she uses a delicate mix of hand-shaped and hammered fine metals of sterling silver, 14k gold-fill and rose gold, vintage beads, natural stones, crystals and leathers.
She typically pairs one of her favorite pairs of hoops with her daily uniform of skinny jeans and anything black or gray, which easily transfers to an evening date out to dinner and running around town in something a little more sparkly. The pieces are classic and very versatile.