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Erin Hanson began painting in her iconic Open Impressionism style when she began rock climbing at Red Rock Canyon. Through the process of painting the rocks she was climbing, with their flat planes and shapes, sharply defined cracks, and bright sandstone colors, Erin developed her techniques of Open Impressionism. This collection of early works shows some examples of her first foray into Open Impressionism.

Erin Hanson began painting in her iconic Open Impressionism style when she began rock climbing at Red Rock Canyon. Through the process of painting the rocks she was climbing, with their flat planes and shapes, sharply defined cracks, and bright sandstone colors, Erin developed her techniques of Open Impressionism. This collection of early works shows some examples of her first foray into Open Impressionism.

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