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The Luckiest Boy in the World
United States
I work in abandoned fortune cookie factory in Chinatown an wander the city by night collecting detritus for my next monster or creature creation. Smells of vanilla, almond extract, and bergamot tea fill the room while dirt, glitter and stuffing carpet the cold wood floor. Welcome to the circus, this is my atelier

I was born in Pennsylvania farm country, Lancaster County to be exact. My father is a high school social studies teacher and my mother sews as well as does different crafts. My approach to art making and love of history--art history in particular-- stems from my parents' influence. A personal love of crafting grew from exposure to our county's famous quilts and many an afternoon spent at various antique stores. College years led me to Brooklyn where I studied art at Pratt. College summers found me in Maine working at an arts camp.

I am an eclectic artist who works in costume design, visual merchandising, floral design, candle making, painting, and drawing. Whatever the medium, my art is dramatic, graphic, and with a flair for color. Each piece is dark and surreal. Strong women are my muses they both actively inspire and appear in my work.


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Waughkizashi Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2006
eric, what did you do to your hand? what did I tell you, keep it on the paper! how was llama camp? drink llemonade and swim in the llake?
babygomamon Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2006
OMG +watch!! :D :D
ArtisticEric Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2006
Waughkizashi Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2006
are you the only living boy in new york, eric?
ArtisticEric Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2006
This comment confuses me...what are you asking?
ArtisticEric Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2006
Kristin please make me an icon....
'k thx
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