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Erin Case

Through traditional hand building and slip casting techniques, I strive to capture the inner emotional spectrum through adornments and processes. My work uses the idea of internalization to create work based off of the impulses of my mental state. To externalize my inner mental mechanisms, I create art through the exploration of material and craft.

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About My Work:

There are few things in life that effect someone as profoundly as losing a loved one. By pushing both myself and material, I strive to create a visual representation of the anxieties and mental aftermath of death. 


Herron School of Art and Design
Indianapolis University Purdue University Indianapolis
Bachelors of Fine Arts, Ceramics

Minor in Art History
Graduation: May 2017


Jesse Cox Scholarship
Clowes/Frasier International Scholarship
IUPUI International Experience Scholarship
Rev AG Fraser Travel Scholarship