He is a painter of Contemporary Mexican Folklore of San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mx.
The patterns of his work are inspired by the tiles of the house of his grandparents in the mountains of San Cristóbal de las Casas. For decades, her grandmother searched the streets for discarded tiles and added new ones each month in her house and patios, the entire floor did not match, all the tiles were of different colors and textures and each one represented a different times of Mexican years. The tiles are read as a timeline of cultural and creative change in Chiapas from one end of the floor to the other. Since then he has tried to recreate those patterns and tell his own stories.
On this occasion Erick presents us his paintings, in which he captures moments when his grandmother healer of San Cristóbal, helped people to improve their health through traditional medicine, all these events happened at his grandmother's house where Erick witnessed of such facts, one of the main remedies is the ointment for burned, this ointment cured hundres of people.