Emily’s art has exhibited in North America, Europe, Asia, Central America, and Australia.
She was awarded the 2nd Place National Prize from almost 1,500 entries by the Canadian Watercolour Society.
Emily has had her work shown at the Louvre and projected on a building in Times Square. Her work has been published on the covers of magazines, books and newspapers.
Proof that one person truly is capable of making a positive difference in the world,
In a world full of turmoil, the tranquil essence that drifts through Emily’s artwork is a welcome salve for broken hearts and troubled minds.
An allegiance to nature is the thread that runs through all of Emily’s work. A world traveler and explorer, she has developed her palette to incorporate a wide range of colours and textures that represent Earth’s cultural and natural diversity.
Emily’s artistic style is a melding and welding of her inborn talent for realism and detail combined with the freedom and spontaneity imposed through her experience doing street art.
The result is a trance-like experience that stuns in its meticulous precision and caresses the heart with its messages of hope and unity.