Mixed-Media Fine Art Collection
My Artistic Process
“My process is driven by finding innovative ways to delight the viewer by creating something no one has ever seen before. While I create, I draw upon the feelings I had when I swam in the waters of the Great Barrier Reef many years ago. That feeling of awe of color and nature has never left me, and I strive to bring that experience alive in every one of my artworks, regardless of subject.”
Emily M. Randolph Fine Art
info.EMRart@gmail.com / 203.979.5945
Enjoy browsing through my work. As you will discover, I work in ’collections‘, which are a series of works exploring innovative concepts. Please feel free to contact me for commissions, queries about size options, or for one of my pieces shown in the below.
Please also visit my Interior Design Concepts page for further inspiration, as well as fine art photography.
‘Echoes’ is a new and growing collection of translucent wall sculptures signifying the echoes of nature’s energy.
For the second consecutive year, Emily is participating in the global creative initiative, #The100DayProject, for the Bennett Sculpture Carmel. Three sculptures will be on exhibit at the gallery for a special showing on July 20, 2019.
Heaven sent and dancing with joy. This is the growing collection of 'Celestial Dancers' wall sculptures that float off the wall.
Artwork is innovative mixed media of resin, metal leaf and iridescent reverse acrylic painting.
Each is custom made and one-of-a-kind. Inquiries to Emily @ email@example.com
Dynamic seascapes bring the feeling of playing on the beach. Feel the water with Emily’s reflective Resin Splashes on slim aluminum printed panels.
When the dew forms on flowers, the colors pop and shine. This collection of botanicals is dramatic with black backdrops and glass ‘dewdrops’ that make you feel like as if you can reach out and touch the water forming on their petals. Artwork is created on deep wood or aluminum panels with glass and resin over photography.
Innovative, dimensional wall sculptures combine painted deep wood panel backdrops or slim printed aluminum with dynamic, floating photographic sculptures.