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- Artist Biography
Born from the verdant greens of Dorset in the South West UK, Emerson pursued an artistic career that felt like a natural progression for her, most of her family having also pursued creative paths. This deep-rooted involvement with nature from such an early age is so clear in her works while maintaining an urban edge. The soft silhouettes of her models echo vegetal forms in their elegance, such as a swaying tree branch or a tall and wilting flower, furthered by the sawdust and charcoal that Emerson often finishes her prints with. Emerson confirms natural forms as one of her main influences, along with silhouettes and the rambling treasure troves in the V&A Museum.
Having first discovered printmaking when studying Fine Art at Kingston University in 2004, Emerson found great appeal in printmaking; the ability to layer, combine mediums, source new techniques and rediscover traditional ones fit so well with her layered and textural style. Her ability to utilise more traditional subject matter in a totally unique way is what has attracted publications such as Vogue and The Sunday Times to feature her works, and enabled her to exhibit internationally.
- Artwork Analysis
This edition features Emerson’s signature trailing distorted silhouette, combined with her reimagination of Amber Le Bon’s figure. Here Emerson subverts the traditional modelling trope by elongating and warping the figure to create an alien-like elegant image printed on to high-quality Snowden heavyweight cartridge paper.
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Collection: Free collection from our London Gallery. UK: Royal Mail 1st Class - £8 Royal Mail Next Day - £11 Europe: Recorded Delivery - £14 Worldwide: Recorded Delivery - £18
- Framing Options
London For those available to visit our London gallery, Nelly offer a premium framing service. Please drop us an email or call the gallery on 0207 033 9683. Shipping Framing is currently unavailable for online orders at Nelly Duff.
There is only one edition of 'Amber Le Bon' remaining and it's currently framed and hanging in the gallery. Please contact us for more information.