Chichester-based Emma mentioned: “I do wish to replicate on the constructive easy issues, comparable to a sunny day, blue skies, flowers, native walks. All my flowers, grasses and leaves are fanciful – imaginary. The colors, tones, shapes, strains, dots, blooms and buds are all in my thoughts, then fastidiously deliberate, sketched and laid to canvas with acrylic mediums.
“Portray these landscapes makes me really feel joyful, vibrant, awake and having fun with the attractive world we’ve got. I’m conscious our world could be ugly and brutal so perhaps that is my technique of escape, if just for a second, right into a extra tranquil place. My work make the viewer smile, really feel joyful and joyful, as I’ve been informed many occasions. My artwork is a relaxed peaceable place, and by portray what I adore it makes my artwork sincere to me as I layer on the paint.
“The magic of my work. Sure, there’s a little magic! A few of my work takes round a month to finish, with drawings, color plans and layers and layers of acrylic paint, gel and ink.
“Some is dry brushed on, some poured and pollen dots fastidiously sprinkled. I exploit shimmer, shine and even glitter within the paint. So if you stand and have a look at my work, do ensure you transfer across the portray as the daylight or room lights replicate right here and there and many colors actually shine and replicate within the mild. My work look totally different from varied angles.
“My motivation to color is my want for me time. Portray fully envelopes me. It could actually move hours with out my noticing the time. It offers me the pinnacle area to be artistic and free too, as what I paint is made up. It’s any flower that the viewer sees or needs it to be. Working additionally as a marriage photographer, this work is scheduled, technical, pressured, however, after all additionally crammed with happiness, love and flowers!”