to receive instruction through Friars Stained Glass in Regina for the next decade. She has been working exclusively in her home studio since 2015. In the past 15 years, Erin has completed a wide variety of glass projects including window panels, candle holders, sun catchers, mirrors, and glass mosaic projects. Her work exemplifies the interplay of light, colour and texture. Other artistic media of interest to Erin include fine crochet, acrylic painting, and permanent marker on paper.
Erin, along with her husband and two dogs, moved to an acreage north of Rowan’s Ravine in 2019, after living in Regina for nearly 20 years. Having been raised on a farm near Last Mountain Lake, Erin was eager to return to her roots. The prairie landscape, sunsets, lake view, and native flora and fauna inform Erin’s work, providing inspiration for her predominantly abstract style. She developed a love for creativity at a young age and took a variety of art and music classes throughout her youth. She also took courses in interior design, colour theory, and art history as a young adult.
In 2005, while pursuing studies at the University of Regina, Erin decided to enroll in a stained glass class at a local studio. Her interest in glass quickly developed from a hobby to a passion. She set up a home studio while continuing