erwin erkfitz

Artprize 2011: Erkfitz's part of Schematic in Two Parts

by (kristincomstock)

Submitted 10-06-2011 under LOCAL LIFE

It would be hard to miss the brightly colored mural "Schematic in Two Parts" on the corner of Commerce and Oakes street, located alongside The Pyramid Scheme and created by Grand Rapid's own Erwin Erkfitz. Collaborating with...

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Beauty of Chaos: ArtPrize Profile of Erwin Erkfitz

by (dan_himself)

Submitted 09-30-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

    Erwin Erkfitz, a 29 year old from LaPeer county, Michigan got into art at a very early age. As a seven year old child, his first drawing was the cover of Treasure Island. Throughout elementary, middle school, and high school, he loved...

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Local Artist Erwin Erkfitz turns Artprize entry into 3 day artmaking event!

by (DwellingPlace)

Submitted 09-21-2010 under NONPROFITS

What originally began as a mural on the interior of Stella’s Lounge, has blossomed into 3 high energy days of live art production over September 24-26th. Four local artists will be spending over 30 hours creating a site specific mural accompanied by...

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UICA's Live Coverage Murals

by (KCAD)

Submitted 03-12-2010 under NONPROFITS

Erwin Erkfitz and Matt Wyatt put the finishing touches on their murals for UICA's Live Coverage event.

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Erwin Erkfitz mural approved by Historic Preservation Commission

by (Michael Tuffelmire)

Submitted 11-11-2009 under OPINION

It is funny how one small change in the urban ecosystem can create major positive improvements in a neighborhood. One of these small changes is the mural created by Erwin Erkfitz at 217 S. Division. This building is typical of the turn-of-the-...

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ArtPrize in Pre-production Around Grand Rapids: A photo essay

by (jproctor)

Submitted 09-14-2009 under LOCAL LIFE

ArtPrize, the biggest art venue to hit Grand Rapids, is just around the corner. Hundreds of artists from all around the world are traveling to Michigan for two weeks for a chance to win $250,000. Only a week away, many artists are scrambling to put...

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