With a degree in fine art and a 15-year career as a graphic and web designer, Emily moves fluidly between traditional and digital spaces, continuing to push her process and blur the lines between the two realms.
Most of her products are digital works, originating from traditional paintings that have been scanned and re-conceptualized into a new compositions using (primarily) Adobe Illustrator.
Sometimes she prints her digital compositions using her Canon Image ProGraf 300 printer, cuts them up by hand, and reassembles to create new pieces, thus continuing the life cycle.
All work is original. She offers open, limited and one-of-a-kind pieces.