Artists > Erin Lee Gafill
Before Dawn, Nepenthe, oil, 9x12, $600
Pico Blanco at Little Sur, oil, 12x16, $800
Andrew Molera State Park, oil, 12x16, $800
Curve in the Road, oil, 9x12, $600
Coming Home, oil, 12x9, $600
Heading Home, oil, 12x9, $600
Path to Molera, oil, 9x12, $600
Soberanes Point Big Sur, oil, 48x60, $7900
Cabin At Molera Golden Fields, oil, 48x48, $6900
After The Storm, oil, 48x48, $6900
Eucalyptus Stand Molera, oil, 36x48, $5900
Big Sur Love Story, oil, 36x60, $6600
Cabin At Molera Dusk, oil 12x16, $800
Studio Still Life With Nude, oil, $1975
My California Home, oil, 9x12, $500
My Studio-Still Life, oil on linen, $4900
Night Sky, oil, 48x60, $7800
East Of Nepenthe II, oil, 24x24, $2300
East from Nepenthe, oil, 9x12, $500
Red Books With China Pots, oil, 9x12, $500
Blue And White Still Life, oil, 16x20, $1350
Camellia Glass Jar Wallpaper, oil, 7x5, $275
Two Apples, oil, 5x7, $275
Treeline Big Sur, oil, 11x14, $700
Ginger Jar With Lid, oil, 7x5, $275
Books Window Red Couch, oil, 9x12, $400
An award-winning painter, writer, and teacher, Erin is a fifth-generation California artist with deep roots in Carmel art history. She works and lives in her family home above Nepenthe Restaurant in Big Sur. Her abstracted landscapes and personal still lifes are infused with the light of the Central Coast, and a reverence for the natural world.
Erin’s work is shown throughout the country. Her memoir on juggling creativity and family life is called Drinking from a Cold Spring, a Little Book of Hope.
In 2009 the Arts Council for Monterey County awarded her as a “Champion of the Arts” for her arts education work with children and families in under-served communities.
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