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Embrace II

Emma Reynolds

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This piece is an original, only 1 available

 

Embrace II, original painting and screenprint on birch panel by contemporary artist Emma Reynolds depicting Watergate Bay, in Cornwall

 

This can be bought alone, or paired with its sister print, Embrace I

 

Original one-off piece

 

Size: 92cm (h) x 73cm (w)

 

*This piece has been framed by the artist and is inclusive in the price

 

1 in stock

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Emma Reynolds

After working for many years as an Art Director of Motion Graphics, Emma Reynolds now works full time as a printmaker. She is a key holder with East London Printmakers, and exhibits frequently around the London area. Her work explores the juxtaposition of the city of London and the birdlife that it provides for. The optimistic reflection of freedom of movement above an increasingly dense urban environment is of recurring interest alongside the simple enjoyment of studying the birds in their environment. She explores different techniques for screen printing to further her ability to reflect the Urban landscape. With her most recent prints she paints directly onto the screen and uses paper stencils to make each print individual.