Miami-based artist Erin Parish paints fields of colorful abstract forms, creating atmospheric and liminal spaces to be experienced intuitively and physically. Her subtly layered works of resin and paint offer a sense of quietude and depth.
Glossy resin surfaces and vivid colors draw the eye in, while abstract forms seem to endlessly shift and move across the painting’s surface. Her painting process uses color and spherical forms to evoke a sense of depth and volume. The circular forms are activated through repetition, layering and transparency. In this way, Parish is able to build a site for abstract experience and metaphysical contemplation.
Parish currently works and resides in Miami Beach. She studied at Bennington College in Vermont and Queens College in New York. Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, and featured in publications including The New York Times, Luxe Magazine, and BOMB Magazine.