Erin Leigh is a contemporary American Artist whose work is internationally collected.

Early in her art career, Erin received several awards for her realistic pieces such as her Fruit and Veggies. Since that time, as her life became multifaceted, so too did her art and the media she chose to work with. Her recent body of work Journey to One, Eclipse and Union are inspired by her spiritual studies and personal introspection into Oneness. Erin’s current mixed-media work, Spirit Animals, dives into the soul to journey through  the many lessons of our world’s endangered animals.

Erin’s fine art paintings and prints truly transform any living space.


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A professional artist for over 20 years, Erin Leigh is a fine art painter, interior decorator, entrepreneur and art teacher in the Western MA area. She operates her art businesses out of her home and from her websites www.erinleigh.com, www.paintsipfun.com . She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The University of Connecticut.

Erin Leigh’s artistic development was influenced at an early age by the work of her aunt and grandmother, as well as the works of the masters. Reflections of her international travels, her study of Reiki and Native American Feng Shui, plus the art work of various Native American artisans, her college professors and many other artists of today can be seen throughout her work.

Artistically, Erin is best known, and has received many awards, for her vibrantly colored contemporary paintings exploring realism, impressionism and expressionism.  Recent works employ both abstract and expressive representational imagery, and incorporates sacred geometry along with her spiritual healing practice of Reiki. 

Her newest bodies of abstract work, titled Journey to One and Eclipse reflect an inner journey to complete balance and strength in mind body and soul.  The circle, as seen throughout these series, represents the whole person, in our perfect divine representation. 

Erin exhibits her work on-line, in local New England establishments and galleries and exhibits extensively in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Her work is in public and private collections throughout the US and England.

Free time finds Erin painting, running, practicing yoga, meditating, drawing and sketching, reading, playing in the dirt of her gardens, helping others beautify their homes or in any other creative process, project, craft or outlet. She lives in Hampden, MA with her husband and two former pound puppies.


Ready. Fire. Aim

Ready. Fire. Aim.  THIS is my mantra through this entire process, as I need to remind myself that Rome was also not built in a day. I need to just put something on the page, then go back to fine tune it later. Just take one baby step, and another, and another. Adjusting as I …