Emma joined LPW as a member and volunteer after graduating in 2012 with a degree in Fine Art from De Montfort University. In 2015 she was awarded Artist in Residence as part of the LPW Big Move project. Emma is currently a tutor at LPW and teaches a diverse range of printmaking techniques, which is reflected in her practice.
Ambiguous places, suggestive forms and isolation are all themes of exploration in her practice. Printmaking is a way of visualising and developing those ideas through process, subtly questioning ideas of space, concealment and transition, which evoke a sense of stillness and silence.
Alongside her practice Emma works as a Learning Deliverer and Gallery Assistant at Compton Verney Art gallery and Park in Warwickshire, where she has an opportunity to pursue her passion for education outside the classroom.
Courses I'm Teaching
Print courses starting in October 2018
Saturday 27th October 10am - 1pm
Learn and explore drypoint using copper plates.
Print courses starting in November 2018
Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th November 10am - 4pm
Use photographs as a starting point to make prints using photoplate lithography and photo silkscreen.