erin fitzpatrick

American artist Erin Fitzpatrick paints a lot of portraits. A lot. Like, over 250 portraits in this series alone, a lot. And just to be clear, not all of them are fabulous women wearing glasses… but, the fabulous women wearing glasses are my absolute favorites! Can you tell? Love, love, love! ♥

comments (8)

  1. maggie /// 04.22.2014 /// 8:44am

    I am all about these fabulous women wearing glasses. Awesome find!

  2. Erin Fitzpatrick /// 04.22.2014 /// 12:10pm

    Thanks so much for checking out my paintings and featuring them on TJC. Maybe you should think about being a model for one of my upcoming pieces….
    Erin Fitzpatrick

  3. danielle (aka the jealous curator) /// 04.22.2014 /// 12:19pm

    ha! i don’t know about that… but i do own some fabulous glasses! 😉

  4. Rachael /// 04.22.2014 /// 8:55pm

    These are so exciting! I’m an optician and an artist too. These are so inspiring.

  5. the jealous curator /// 04.23.2014 /// 9:50pm

    ha! that’s PERFECT!

  6. KK /// 04.26.2014 /// 7:01pm

    I love these so much that I felt inspired to leave a comment! These are just awesome! especially the first one. Thanks for sharing Danielle. A question, where do you find the pieces to list?

  7. the jealous curator /// 04.26.2014 /// 8:52pm

    yes! i love them too! do you mean where did i find erin’s pieces, or do you mean where do i find work to show in my posts? the first answer is that i found erin through, but you can visit her site if you want to see more of her work: … the second answer is, everywhere! i spend a lot of time looking on gallery sites, pinterest, etc but i also get about 30 submissions a day (which makes my “job” a lot easier!)

  8. Holly Wood /// 05.24.2016 /// 1:22pm

    I just found out about your blog yesterday, when a friend suggested I submit. I’ve been painting for nearly 40 years total, with breaks for music and design. I’ve been in many galleries, and some important shows over the years, but never really “emerged” (hate that word and also the idea of being a “brand”). I am only interested in doubling down on my own visions, and not trying to second-guess what people might buy. However, I am always seeking more exposure. I invite you to take a look at my work!