I'm an experienced artist and specialise in pet portraits, people portraits and my own fine art work in the beautiful medium of oil paints and watercolours, although I now use mainly oils as I findI'm most suited to them. They're a valuable, rich and forgiving medium to work with that creates paintings that look vibrant and last forever, combined with my love of animals and people, I feel I have found my niche.
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Emma is an artist/colourist based near Bath specialising in contemporary, semi-abstract painting with an emphasis on colour and texture. Her style is distinctive, original yet diverse. Using IndianInks and acrylics she produces vibrant and arresting work. Landscape, sky, sea, nature and memory are the inspirational core reflecting often her interest in the Japanese asthetic of Wabi-Sabi - the process and beauty of ageing which creates irregularity and imperfection.
I'm a self taught artist and illustrator based in the beautiful city of Bath. Having been brought up on a farm in Scotland and the New Forest I've always had a passion for nature and the countryside.I paint from my family home in Bath, am very happy to take on commissions and have a variety of prints and cards for sale as well as original artwork.
11 years ago I became a full time artist, starting this activity in Somerset, then living in Portsmouth taking inspiration from the local area along with my visits to Somerset. A lot of my artworklooks to traditional styles of art which are recognisable to the local area and now living in Corsham in Wiltshire. A lot of inspiration is taken from Renaissance artists and even sculptures I turn into paintings to give them some life.
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My main medium is wire, which I began to use many years ago as a way of liberating the drawn line into free space. Having worked two dimensionally with the material for some time, I am now far moresculptural and three-dimensional. However, ultimately all my language has its roots in drawing and I aim to maintain the sense of freedom of the drawn line in my sculptures. Drawing is the visual artist's answer to singing.
My paintings arise from a longstanding interest in the British urban landscape. I think that unpopular features like concrete and decay are often beautiful, despite representing modern malaise.Growing up in Yorkshire, I began taking photographs of the surrounding countryside aged 12, moving on to cityscapes in my mid teens.