Alison Erickson has lived and worked at The Mill Studio in Waikari, North Canterbury since 1998. She sculpts and casts bronze on the premises, with her partner, Sam Mahon.
Erickson has no formal art training other than serving the apprenticeship of casting a two-tonne bronze, The Southern Man, with Sam Mahon.
Since then Erickson has exhibited each year around New Zealand and have three public sculptures: Looking for something that will last, which stands on a rocky outcrop above Diamond Harbour Wharf, The winds of change, outside the Rangiora library and All the worlds a stage, at the Rangiora town hall.
Her work is kept in private collections in NZ and in Australia, the UK and the USA.
- 2018 Pick Launch, NZ artbroker
- 2017 Unpacking, NZ artbroker Launch, Chambers Gallery
- 2014 3D Exhibition, Oxford Gallery
- 2013 Bronze and Works on Paper, with Sam Mahon, Chambers Gallery
- 2011 Motherland, with Anna Dalzell, Little River Gallery
- 2009 A Place, with Anna Dalzell, Little River Gallery
- 2008 Process, Chambers Gallery
- 2007 Bronze, group show, Remuera Gallery
- 2006 Swath, Morgan St Gallery
- 2006 Burden, The Arthouse
- 2004 Twenty-Four, The Arthouse
- 2003 Ella Baila, The Arthouse
- 2002 Bronze, The Arthouse
- 2001 The Family, The Arthouse
- 2014-18 Tai Tapu Sculpture Garden, Christchurc
- 2003-17 Sculpture on the Peninsula, Banks Peninsula
- 2006-12 Sculpture on Shore, Auckland
- 2012 Sculpture on Point, Diamond Harbour
- 2011 A Gathering, Christchurh Polytech (Ara)
- 2009 Form and Fauna, Botanical Gardens, Christchurh
- 2004-05 Sculpture in Central, Otago
Looking for Something that will Last, Diamond Harbour, 2012
Winds of Change, Rangiora
All the World’s a Stage, Rangiora Town Hall
Bureaucracy and the Huia, Tai Tapu Sculpture Garden