Erick Stow is a Canadian-born artist from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He grew up in Lubbock, Texas where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in mass visual communications from Texas Tech University.
Stow has toured the world with his art and has had residencies in Montreal, Austin, Los Angeles, and Calgary. His works are displayed in galleries, with private collectors, and sold in studios internationally.
Stow is the creator of of a form of post-expressionism called “motionism”. He is an award-winning film-maker, writer, actor, and director appearing in major motion pictures, on-stage, indie projects, and music videos.
Stow has had both visual and editorial work published in several magazines and newspapers internationally. His contributions to his community include humanitarian efforts such as Habitat For Humanity and private fundraisers. He has also held leadership roles in Lubbock City Council, and has appeared on MTV “Fight For Your Rights” as an advocate for education reform awareness efforts.