Erin Singleton is the artist behind Bohemian Pearl. Erin is a mixed media artist with a penchant for nostalgia who often references pop culture from the 1930s - 60s in a body of work that comprises of art and craft. She takes a keen interest in history and the ways in which modern culture has evolved, especially since World War II. She uses a diverse range of media - wood, paint, found objects - and printing techniques to create collages and assemblages which celebrate discarded and forgotten relics of the past. Erin developed a special transfer technique in the Bohemian Pearl Studio, which enables her to individually hand-print reproductions of her original artwork and designs onto wood. In some of her designs pin-up girls and suburban housewives take centre stage; these vintage-styled wall hangings make a playful statement about the role these women played in society as they fought for equality during a time of great social upheaval and political unrest.