Tuesday, October 24th through Monday, December 11th
Friday, November 3rd from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
About the Show
A "Memory Palace" is an imaginary location in your mind where you can store mnemonic images. This exhibition is a culmination of images of specific locations I have lived and depicted through an abstracted lens of New York City, New Mexico, Hawaii, and Coastal Connecticut.
About the Artist
Erin Dolan is an abstract painter, collage artist and sculptor who has been creating art for the past 25 years. Erin grew up on the east end of Long Island and attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas TX where she studied painting, printmaking and sculpture (while on a full athletic scholarship). After graduating from SMU with a BFA in Fine Art, she moved to New York City to continue her career as an artist and scholar, receiving a Masters of Art in Art Education from New York University.
An Art Educator and Artist having taught Art in a variety of public and private schools and museums in Manhattan for 10 years prior to moving out of New York City, to Hawaii, where she worked with the non-profit Rock n Renew. Recently, moving back to the east coast, and settling outside the city in Norwalk, Ct, Erin currently teaches Upper School Art at Rye Country Day School and is a member of Wilson Avenue Loft Artists in Norwalk, Ct, and the Artistic Director for the Rock ‘n’ Renew Foundation.