Erin McSavaney

Inspired by the practices of 1960’s photorealist painters, Erin McSavaney carefully examines over-looked abandoned warehouses, factories, loading docks and alleys within urban environments. McSavaney’s paintings utilize photographs as an opportunity for immediate intervention, allowing him to explore the spacial effects of light and colour with a clearer understanding of the primary principles of his subjects. Taking real and imaginary interactions between nature and architecture, McSavaney’s paintings begin with photographic studies upon which vividly rendered graphic elements have been imposed using ink and acrylic paint.

Learn More
Erin McSavaney

Urethane

2021

Acrylic on Canvas

  • 22" x 30"
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Erin McSavaney

Flat Wave

2021

Acrylic on Canvas

  • 18" x 24"
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Erin McSavaney

Rudy the Rabbit

2021

Acrylic on Canvas

  • 18" x 24"
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Erin McSavaney

Places I’ve Never Been

2021

Acrylic on Canvas

  • 40" x 26"
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Erin McSavaney

Lever

2019

Acrylic on canvas

  • 28" x 33"
Erin McSavaney

Ram

2017

Acrylic on Canvas

  • 30" x 45"
Erin McSavaney

Cabriolet

2016

Acrylic on Canvas

  • 36" x 54"
Erin McSavaney

Mean Machine

2017

Acrylic on Canvas

  • 36" x 54"

Inquire About Erin McSavaney, Places I’ve Never Been, 2021

Inquire Now