Erin Adams is one of today’s foremost mosaic tile designers, with a career that spans almost twenty years. In her work as both artisan and interior designer, Erin infuses sophisticated urban sensibilities with elements of the folk art tradition that surrounded her as a child. Raised in San Antonio, Texas, Erin studied at New York’s Pratt School of Art & Design. Her mother, artist Caroline Lee, opened San Antonio’s first folk-art gallery, Objects, in 1972. As teenagers, Erin and her sister spent a great deal of time with their mother in Oaxaca, Mexico, meeting such prominent folk artisans as Josephina Aguilar and Manual Jimenez. The work of Erin Adams Design, Inc., is sought after by designers worldwide and is used in residential as well as prominent commercial applications, including the Tokyo Hilton, Saks Fifth Avenue in Saudi Arabia, the Four Seasons Hotel in the Bay area, P.F. Chang’s Restaurants, and Neiman-Marcus in Dallas.