Erik Groff is an artist that creates site specific paintings and sculptures using discarded materials. Often dismissed by the casual onlooker as overtly whimsical, his early Guerilla installations helped to bridge the once expansive void between ‘respectable’ gallery art and elements of the underground urban art scene usually referred to as ‘street’ or ‘graffiti art’, while simultaneously venturing to further the cause of art through the use of discarded materials.