erinish

(n): a mess of different colors, techniques and media.

erin whatley andrews was born & raised in albany, georgia. from painting abstract acrylic pieces to classic portraiture, the erinish style changes on a whim. please enjoy.

for marketing, painting, or design consultations or pricing on originals & prints, please inquire at erinish@me.com or the contact form on this website.

 

portfolio

Just a sampling of art I have made over the years, now I am mainly a graphic artist with proficiency in brand marketing and social media. I also do commissioned paintings by request:

Just a sampling of art I have made over the years, now I am mainly a graphic artist with proficiency in brand marketing and social media. I also do commissioned paintings by request.

aboutish

it shouldn’t be hard to fit this nut into a nutshell, but i am a wild mess of color who enjoys life in the mush pot. art is a pretty vague word, but i guess it encompasses most of the things i love. painting. doodling. imagining. all of that creative stuff–so, i’ll call what i do art.

i once dreamed of growing up to be an actress. after acting my way through the UK and performing in countless plays, i graduated college with a BBA in Marketing and an AA in Fine Art. shortly after, i found my niche in marketing and public relations.

my favorite areas of service in my life right now are serving on the board of the Georgia Artists Guild of Albany and the board of directors of the Thronateeska Heritage Foundation.

the rest of my world revolves around being a mom to my exquisite Vayda P and my sweet boyfriend Collin P.

i’m an only child. my mom and dad are my best friends. i know, love and follow Christ. 

i itch to travel and i delight at learning new things. i refuse to grow up, so don’t be surprised if you see me singing, laughing and dancing my way through a day. i write in lowercase letters as a salute to the unconventionality of my favorite poet, e. e. cummings. because i am e. e. whatley, after all.

contact

I’d love to talk to you about painting a piece or working on your marketing material:

blogish

guests

I kept true and stayed away from the blog for a while. I got a lot out here in the open about my feelings, and I think expressing that vulnerability made me feel I was strengthening my authenticity. But nothing has made me feel more authentic that living truthfully day to day. I enjoy looking …

11 years

i’ve had this blog for 11 years. this is published post 199; true post 234. i told myself along the way i’d stay raw and keep all my garbage up for the world to see, but even today i moved a few to my private folder because some of my own young thoughts make my …

not only, but also

the existential crisis i was kind of vague about in previous posts was regarding my work. i’m so dramatic. it’s amazing what a few weeks of perspective can achieve. even in these several days, i can look back and see where perseverance and vulnerability to change has gotten me over a hurdle into the centered …