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Mixed-Media Fine Art Collection
My Artistic Process
“While I create, I draw upon the feelings I had when I swam in 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
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DYNAMIC 'SPLASH' SEASCAPES
I love splashing in the water! These artworks bring the true dynamic feeling of playing on the beach. You can practically feel the water.
Materials: Textured with glass pieces and splashes of reflective resin - looks just like wet water - on the slim dibond aluminum, floating panel.
RAINY DAY 'E-SCAPES'
Nothing beats the pleasure of a rainy day interlude. I love to put my feet up and read a book snuggle with my dogs - or even take a walk in the rain. It reminds me of my walks in London. These 'E-scapes' are my own version of a rainy day with the pleasure of water drops and streams of rain down a window.
Materials: wood panels with acrylic metallic paints, glass, gold leaf and resin.
Water water everywhere! Bold, bright colors evoke the sea and my times on the beach. Sky meets water and shines in the sun.
Materials: Drenched in high-gloss resin with chunks of colored glass.
DRAMATIC 'NOIR' BOTANICALS
When the dew forms on flowers, the colors pop and shine. This collection of botanicals is dramatic with black backdrops and makes me feel like I can reach out and touch the water forming on their petals.
Materials: both wood and aluminum panels with glass and resin.
Flowers and plants are never so dynamic then when covered in water after a rain shower or a thorough soak from a morning dew. I wanted to feel like I was surrounded by a rich summer garden. I hope these make you feel the same.
Materials: resin over both acrylic glass or aluminum with glass and resin splashes.
I couldn't resist using natural materials when creating these pieces, which are combined with abstract photography. Textured and realistic - and fantastical all at the same time.
Materials: wood panels with resin, glass, and plant matter.
MIXED MEDIA 'WALL SCULPTURES'
True statement pieces, I created this collection using all my skills, combining painted panel backdrops with abstract or botanical router-cut photography. All the backdrops utilize a subtle water-inspired feeling.