Emma is a practising artist who has recently returned to her work after a break of a *few* years. Emma grew up in rural Devon between coast and moorland. The countryside that surrounds her informs her art and she is interested in how humans have used the landscape for millennia, exploring pre-historic landscapes and sketching archaeological finds. She is also an avid beachcomber, mud lark and field lark meaning that her pockets are always full of bits of 'treasure' both man-made and natural! She can't decide on one art form, so regularly dips into many processes, creating pieces that are layered with mixed media, reminiscent of the layers of history found in the landscape.
Below are a few examples of her work and interests.