About the Artist
Inspired by Nature
Erin Stagg is best known for her diverse range of colourful acrylic and oil paintings. Her style ranges from thoughtful, such as her Flora and Fauna collection to light-hearted and comical, like her Yoga animal collection.
Erin's art is found in private collections internationally. She is constantly testing boundaries and playing with new approaches and subject.
"After following the prescribed career path for me, I found myself living in gray scale without any zest for life. Now, it's my mission to bring colour in and to celebrate those little everyday moments that are full of vibrant life."
Her art is inspired by artists like Frida Kahlo and Ashley Longshore, Rod Major and local artist Lesley White. Erin is a Métis Aboriginal Artist from Prince George, BC.
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.
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. Only the best products are used.
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.