Erin Boyle is a Sculptor and a Senior Lecturer in the Low-Residency Graduate Programs in the College of Art and Design at the University of the Arts. She received her BFA from Syracuse University in 2001 and earned her MFA at the University of the Arts in 2005. She began teaching at the University of the Arts in the Sculpture department right after she earned her MFA degree and she currently teaches as an adjunct at several other universities in the area, including Rutgers University and Tyler School of Art. As a practicing artist, she enjoys how art can also act as a healing process.
Within the sea of sorrows and vision, I seize my inspiration. I gather, assemble, reproduce, disassemble and reassemble. I use repetition as my playing field. The edges and the skin are very important and so are the transitions between them. Edges are areas of friction, excitement, tension, disintegration and decay. Skin is flexible and emotive, superficial but essential, protective yet vulnerable. What results from this rhythmic combination of materials is a landscape that looks ordered, but is actually chaos.
"Sprucing Up The Office"
Arnold Worldwide, NYC
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Trenton, N.J.
"Erin Boyle, Ed Waisnis Recent Work"
Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Philadelphia, Pa.
"Hiro Sakaguchi's Picture Journal Project in Sub Terranne"
The Center for Emerging Visual Artists, Philadelphia, Pa.
Class Schedule, Spring 2013
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