Erin’s artwork inspires a delicate and serene living space where areas of white become much more than just an elision or negative space, but possess substance and dimension. See how the brilliant cotton white of the skin against the creamy paint creates a dynamic interplay of depth and ‘roundness’. These are shapes that feel illusory, subtle and optically interesting.
Mix glassy satin-smooths with grainy linens and waxed cottons. Introduce warmth and comfort with mohair and the subtlest of herringbone wools. Experiment with tactile, sculptural textiles. White on white is all about subtle increments – assorted textures thrown in together other with only the slightest of tonal changes.
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