Available Works

In The Studio


Erika Alonso (b. 1987, USA) is a second-generation Cuban-American artist who lives and works in Houston, Texas. She spent her childhood in Southern California, a place to which she often “escapes” while painting. Alonso is a self-taught and unabashedly painterly painter whose works are meant to capture a moment in all of its fleetingness—the movement and rush and whirl of it all. Inspired by artists such as Joan Mitchell, Willem DeKooning, and Marc Chagall, the artist’s paintings explore how thoughts and memories can translate visually through the intuitive use of color and strong gestural marks.

Private Collections

Lester Marks Art Collection, United States


2022, Inside the Winter Street Studios Fire Bombing and How the Houston Arts Community Is Already Rallying to Help Devastated Artists, Paper City Magazine

2022, Don’t Mess with Texas Artists: Abstract Art Finds New Life with Texas Women Artists, Glasstire

2022, Houston's Erika Alonso graces the city with fantastical painted visions, Chron


2023, Artist Pop-up show: Erika Alonso, Foltz Fine Art Gallery, Houston, Texas, USA (Solo)
2022, Land(e)scape, Winter Street Studios Gallery, Houston, Texas, USA (Solo)
2022, Contemporary Texas Women Artists: Abstraction Here & Now, Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, Texas, USA (Group)
2022, Dear Ellen, Hardy & Nance Studios Curated by Matt Messinger, Texas, USA (Group)
2022, MIND:FULL, Exhibition & Silent Auction, Texas, USA (Group)
2022, 7th Conroe Art League, National Juried Exhibition, USA (Group)
2022, Houston Forever, Prauper Studios, Houston, Texas, USA (Group)
2021, Where is This Place?, G Spot Gallery, Houston, Texas, USA (Solo)
2021, Emerging Artists: Vol. 2, Foltz Fine Art Gallery, Houston, Texas, USA (Group)
2021, 13th Annual Juried Exhibition, Archway Gallery, Houston, Texas, USA (Group)
2021, The Big Show, Lawndale Arts Center, Houston, Texas, USA (Group)
2019, 5x5x5, River Oaks Arts Center Gallery, Alexandria, Louisiana, USA (Group)