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Emma is an award winning artist based near Bath specialising in contemporary, semi-abstract and impressionistic painting with an emphasis on colour and texture. Using Indian Inks and acrylics she produces vibrant and arresting work, whose style is distinctive and original. Skylines - landscape, sky, sea, nature and memory are the inspirational core reflecting often her interest in the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi-Sabi - the process and beauty of ageing which creates irregularity and imperfection.

Emma worked for many years in London, a career spanning theatre, film, dance and photography before leaving for the country idyll of Wellow, near Bath - old home of the Brotherhood of Ruralists, pop-art king Peter Blake and sculptor Peter Watts.

Commissions are happily accepted for private and commercial clients.

Paintings, limited edition prints, canvas prints and cards can be purchased here online, from her gallery in Bath (Mon-Sat 10-5), or from her studio in Wellow which is open by appointment. Visits to both are strongly encouraged.

Gallery: Upstairs @ 78 Walcot Street, Bath BA1 5BD (01225 424424 / 07885 235 915)
(within The Bath Sofa & Curtain Shop) which is open Mon-Sat 10am-5pm
The Shop is based in the famous artisan quarter of Bath, Walcot Street, where there are over 90 independent traders in one location - so another wonderful reason to visit.

Studio: Knight's Barn, Wellow, Bath BA2 8QE (01225 837 809 / 07885 235 915)
The Studio is situated in the village of Wellow, nestled in a valley of Outstanding Natural Beauty, only a few miles from the Heritage City of Bath.


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