Erin's New Artwork Has Arrived Just In Time for the Fall Season

With the arrival of a new season comes the release of Erin's unique (and vintage) artwork. Before Erin became immersed in the graphic design world, her time in the art department at Ole Miss inspired her to paint new pieces often for class. Today, she's releasing three of her most beloved pieces of work from her college days. 


Fall Harvest

Fall Harvest is a digital print of an original watercolor painting from Erin's college portfolio. It is an glimpse into the magical scene that is St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Oxford, Mississippi during the fall. On the corner of the Oxford Square, in the front yard of the historical church, hundreds of pumpkins would miraculously appear overnight. The small college town transformed into a classic movie set with its bright flashes of orange and fall foliage surrounding the quaint, historical buildings. The pumpkin patch was an announcement of the arrival of a new season, colder weather and the most magical gamedays in the Grove.

12.5"x9.5" Unframed  | 18.5"x15.25" Framed



Growing is one of Erin’s charcoal pieces from her college portfolio. Using positive and negative space, Erin lets the eyes of the beholder define the shape and object of this work. Simple and elegant, this piece adds artistic interest to every wall, and it pairs well with her figure drawings! 

12.5"x9.5" Unframed | 18.5"x15.25" Framed


Oak Tree Watercolor

The Oak Tree Watercolor is one of Erin’s watercolor originals from her college portfolio. Erin was an art major at the University of Mississippi. She drew inspiration for her work in her surroundings, including the Grove. The Grove is a 10-acre field in the middle of the Ole Miss campus, where 160 trees of 50 various species shade its students and faculty on game days and in between classes. In some ways, the Grove would be a comforting reminder of home and Laurel’s historic avenues during college. 

12.5"x9.5" Unframed | 18.5"x15.25" Framed


Shop Erin's fall art release here!