Erin Schroeder was born in Los Angeles, Ca.
and Grew up in San Diego.  
She then sauntered up and down the west coast from
San Diego to Portland developing her unique

After 20 years of San Francisco and Oakland, E
rin has
migrated back home to San Diego.
Currently inspired by the Ocean
and creating Mermaids in Solana Beach Ca.

I paint on Burlap, wood and Canvas
My approach is to mash, to juxtapose, to entangle things that normally
clash when placed together on a canvas or in reality.  .I do it in my
mediums by combining acrylic paint with charcoal drawings, ink and
watercolor and collage in one piece.  I use Acrylic like watercolor.
Mixing traditional drawings with unorthodox elements, capturing conflict
in my subject matter by merging  the fantasy with reality.
This is seen in my portfolio as multi-faceted as my life; ranging from  
the provocative grown up Fine Art to the wild world of Rock -n- Roll
then to the Innocence of Children's book Illustration.
Erin's art has been nationally published in Direct Art
and Churn Magazines.

Other credits include;
children's book, Hobbster the Hound by Declan Flannery,
The Owl and the Pussycat

CD cover artwork, Kofy Brown, Sistas in the Pit, 2006 release for GFI
Rock Art & tour posters; Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Banyan,
Eric Mcfadden Trio, Bad Brains, Mike Watt,  Marilyn Manson,
The Anita Lofton Project,  Kofy Brown, Sistas In The Pit,
London Street, Storm, Lunar Click, The Fillmore,
The Mountain Winery and The Blue Balls Festival

Photo Credits-
Honorary Mention from Women in photography International

Gallery shows include;
SB Chestnut Gallery, SF,  
Portfolio Is Gallery Soma, SF,   
French Fry Factory Space, Oakland CA, -
222 Club SF,-
Butter SF
ArtSF Core show, SF -
SomArts Café Show, SF -
ArtworkSF One Night Stand,
Fort Mason Herbst Pavilion Open Hearts/Open Mind  SF-
Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts Snap to Grid Los Angeles-
The Exiles Folsom Foreplay, .
GLEAN Art Benefit
Sun Gallery 17th anual Children's Book Exhibit
Chillin Productions, Mezzanine SF
111 Minna
San Francisco
La Bodega Gallery
Barrio Logan SD