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Erin Zerbe-Comer, M.F.A.

Erin Zerbe-Comer is an interdisciplinary artist working in illustration, digital art, and mixed media. Her work specializes in human emotions and relationships between the body and spirituality, tackling issues of gender, grief, and the metaphysical. Her studio practice and scholarly interests involve transpersonal meditation with a focus on creating work that allows viewers to explore themes of transcendence and transformation. Zerbe-Comer has exhibited her work widely, along with artists such as Yoko Ono, Shirin Neshat, and Sebastiao Salgado. Her exhibition record includes a variety of notable venues such as the Dublin Biennial; Cutting Edge exhibition in Florence, Italy; Gallery 175 in Seoul, South Korea; Biennale de Palermo; School 33 Art Center; and the (e)merge Art Fair DC. Zerbe received her BFA in Kinetic Imaging from VCU in 2006 and her MFA in Photographic and Electronic Media from MICA in 2011. Additionally, Zerbe-Comer has two certifications in crystal healing, from the Love and Light School of Crystal Therapy and the Hibiscus Moon Crystal Academy. She is an Associate Professor of Art at Marietta College, in Marietta, OH where she teaches courses in Graphic Design and Photography.

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