Emily marches to the beat of her own drum, as she creates pieces that are whimsical and unique. As her untrained ancestors of the past, weaving paper-cutting and watercolor, she paints the many charms of nature.
The natural environment inspired paintings as a child and continue to be her inspiration today. Self-education has been an integral component to the evolution of Emily’s artwork. As an artist she has created paintings for private collectors, solo & group exhibits.
In 2018, Emily was featured at the Denver Art Museum in a one-person, 3-D exhibit titled, “Paper Cutting; Past and Present,” in May and December. She received wonderful response for her work and interactions with the public.
In November 2017, Emily exhibited her Centripetal Satire series in the Canyon gallery of the Boulder Public Library in Boulder CO. In June 2017 she was awarded 2nd place in mixed media at the Pekin Days Art Show in Pekin ND. In April 2017, her works were represented in the “Divine” exhibit of the Cottonwood Center for the Arts in Colorado Springs CO. She shows at art festivals such as Sedona AZ and Jackson Hole WY. Her work is annually represented and sold during museum benefit auctions such as the following Montana museums; Missoula, Holter of Helena, Paris Gibson Square of Great Falls and the Yellowstone of Billings.