Erin L Kuhn

Born in Buffalo, NY

Lives & works in Tempe, AZ


Erin Kuhn is an MFA Printmaking Graduate at Arizona State University. All her work centers around narrating and formulating the journey of finding a home between land, sea, and sky. In the act of walking on printing plates around locations of home displacement, Kuhn's work embodies the physical and mental health issues related to being lost with hopes of being found. 




2017 - 2019 MFA Printmaking, Arizona State University

2010 - 2013  BFA Visual Arts, University at Buffalo


Grants & Awards 

2019 - 1st place in MFA Summer Juried Exhibition

2019 - ASU Nathan Cummings Participant

2017 - Inaugural Galbut ASU Participent

2012 - Eugene L. Gaier Award for Excellence in Printmaking

2012- Frances Morrison Memorial, University at Buffalo

Exhibitions & Festivals

2019 - MFA Summer Juried Exhibition, Harry Wood Gallery (Tempe, AZ) 

2018 - Land [MUSE]um: Artifacts and Inquiry, Harry Wood Gallery (Tempe, AZ) 

2017 - Inaugural Galbut, Harry Wood Gallery (Tempe, AZ) 

2014 - Live Body Painting, The Pink Cow, (Roppongi, Tokyo)

2013 - Noncommittal: A Prospective Glance 4, Center for the Arts (Buffalo, NY)

2012 - BFA Thesis, 79 Perry Street (Buffalo, NY)



2019 - Book of Sands, ASU Hayden Library Special Collections