Erin Shaw is a painter of borderlands, the spaces between worlds. As a visual storyteller, the child of an Oklahoma farm, Shaw tills the rich soil of dichotomy through her masterful uses of color, iconography, and story. As a Chickasaw-Choctaw artist, she creates in a state of tension, suspended between two worlds where both solemnity and humor pervade her art. She finds that truths are revealed in unanticipated ways, and trickster often appears in her work. The artist earned her BFA in studio art from Baylor University and her MFA from the University of Oklahoma. She is Assistant Professor of Visual Arts at John Brown University in Slloam Springs, Arkansas, an international speaker, and a featured artist in Visual Voices: Contemporary Chickasaw Art, among other exhibits in the United States.
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Hughes County #27
In response to a request for a landscape, Erin produced this lovely depiction of Hughes County, Oklahoma....