Inspired by Nature
Erin Stagg is a self-taught acrylic painter, best known for her lively landscape paintings of the British Columbian landscape. Erin seeks to draw her viewers into the natural world and inspire them with its calming energy.
Erin has been a full-time artist for 4 years and has studied under Gaye Adams and Lalita Hamill. She has also been teaching beginner acrylic painting for the past three years to hundreds of people a year. Erin’s art has been featured in the ‘Other Worlds’ exhibition in Pope Mountain Arts, the Pretendium exhibition by Ridge Side Art, and in annual exhibitions at Books and Company.
Erin’s goal with her art is to show an intimate look at our land, to hopefully inspire others to find a love and respect for nature.
“I grew up with the outdoors being my safe space. Now, I want to give other people a glimpse into the everyday beauty that you can find in our exceptional country.”
Erin was raised in Fort St. James, BC and currently lives in Prince George, BC.
Erin's art is found in private collections internationally including: Ireland, Italy, UK and USA.
Supporting Local Business
Erin believes in the power of supporting local business. Her paint is made in Vancouver and her prints are produced in downtown Prince George. Support local business!
The best art starts with the best materials. Excellent paint and canvas results in a work of art that will stand the test of time.
Cheap paint fades. Cheap canvases warp.
Art made with excellent materials will be around to pass on to the future.
Each year Erin makes donations to causes important to her including: increasing art culture, animal rescue and environmental stewardship.
In 2018, Erin painted a picnic table to be auctioned off to search for the cure for Cystic Fibrosis as part of the Longnecks and Stetsons Fundraiser.