Where the Wild Things Are
Each etched print is done in a limited run and may have details different from one print to the next.
Quote from Erin Nolan: “My prints are based on the "haiku moments" of my life—when there is a heightened awareness and I see the world with greater clarity. Details that I wouldn't otherwise notice hold special significance and their deeper meaning is revealed. I infuse spiritual meanings into the physicality of nature. At such times, I am left with a profound sense of awe, a humbleness that comes from feeling small within a vast universe, and grateful for having that moment grow and stretch me as a person. This is what I attempt to capture in my work.”
Framed: 16'' x 16''
About the Artist
Erin K. Nolan grew up in a small farming towns throughout Northern Illinois. She spent much of her time exploring the surrounding forests and prairies learning about the regional flora and fauna. Nolan's fondness of nature led her to visually interpreting patterns, textures, and intricate details through the meditative, process-oriented mediums of printmaking and painting en plein air. Her art provides a respite from an increasingly digital world.
Nolan earned a BFA from Northern Illinois University. After a lifetime of dreaming about living in beautiful Door County, Wisconsin; she is now living the dream at her studio in Sturgeon Bay.
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