Erin Lofton (b.1964) Chicago, is an American contemporary artist in a unique art genre, subjective abstract, expressionist works that are interpretations of dreams, meditation-visions, nature, mysticism, romance, and shamanism.
She studied sculpture and painting at Otis Art Institute/Parsons School of Design and studied painting, sculpture, and fiber arts at Arizona State University.
Erin Lofton has been represented for over 3 decades in Chicago, Scottsdale, Sedona, New York, Madrid, Florida, Hawaii, North Carolina, New Mexico, and California. She created paintings for the New York Art Expo & other worldwide expos.
Lofton traveled around solo in a studio-on-wheels, a 30ft RV, in the U.S. mainland & lived on Maui for 3 years. She is now settled in the Southwest desert.
Her paintings are mixed media on canvas, paper, wood, & clay with collaged papers & fabrics, texture mediums, acrylic, ink, charcoal, wax pencils & crayons, oil, glitter, and small objects she finds interesting are often embedded directly into the paintings.