Local Artist Exhibit at the New Flower Café Barbican
Emily has exhibited her artwork in numerous venues all over the country since 2004. Growing up in Plymouth sailing in her father's boat the 'Maggie May' on the Plymouth sound, Emily has been very inspired by the sea and feels it is important to exhibit her work within areas that reflect her art.
Emily does not create prints, her art is always original. People can choose from a series of art on her website which can be made to order. Emily feels that real art should be affordable. Emily said "Art should be there to be enjoyed; I try and keep my art affordable, and prefer the idea that people enjoy my art in their own homes."
The puddle paintings series is perhaps Emily's most well known and abstract artwork, with their dramatic influence of the light reflected from the sea. The series which Emily began in 2005 while conducting her dissertation at University was named by the people who have admired and bought her paintings.
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Emily also creates realism paintings with her very popular sea scapes and her newer text paintings, originally inspired by the history of Smeaton Tower. Emily said "Nature is the best artist you will ever meet." And her beautiful artwork is certainly inspired by the natural world around her.
Barbican in Plymouth has changed a lot in the last few years and has seen a rise in its reputation for the art scene of Plymouth. The Flower Café opened on Saturday 14th January and is a perfect venue to sit down, relax and enjoy Emily's art.
The Flower Café is a romantic café along the cobble streets of the Barbican where you can also purchase flowers and enjoy Emily's art inspired by the sea, in perfect time for Valentine's Day. The Flower Café also offers a complete wedding service in a relaxed and friendly environment.