Muse in Motion
American Art Collector|September 2020
Muse in Motion
Erin Currier grew up in Massachusetts. She recalls Sundays at her grandparents’ house: “My vast extended family would often bicker and debate—coming as they were from various points on the political, educational and class perspective—that is, until the Bruins, the Red Sox, the Patriots or Andre Agassi would appear on the television.

Suddenly, a family that seemed hopelessly at odds huddled together, laughing and smiling, radiating a collective happiness. Likewise, the family unified while playing sports like tennis or volleyball.”

As an established artist now living in Santa Fe, she observes, “on a personal level, the essential healing power of athletics—of movement—has saved my life these past several years—as my lifelong passions and pursuits of walking, hiking, martial arts, qi gong, shaking yoga, swimming and dance, became crucial to moving through grief and moving forward in terms of the death of loved ones.”


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September 2020