American painter Erin Hammond engages the art historical genres of Abstract and Neo-Expressionism. Alternating layers of pencil, charcoal, oil and acrylic; Erin experiments in color and calligraphic scribble. Hammond tends to focus on the roughness of line and the immediate processes of painting, she says “We are unfinished beings, in the process of completion. My paintings reflect that concept as I overlap with paint and pencil lines, overworking some areas and leaving other areas unfinished or obsolete”. Hammond uses the unfinished elements of her aesthetic to explore the radical fascist fashion of idealized perfection in humanity. Hammond focuses on the inner versus outer experiences.