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Such eloquent and considered words, thank you to Helen Tomkins for the review of my current exhibition at Lightwoods Park & House, only a few more days to go until closing. All works for sale, 10% donation to Muscular Dystrophy UK
'Emma Archer’s Botanical Works, have a beautiful ribbon-like, abstract fluidity to them, a lightness of touch and immediacy that means nothing ever looks laboured, instead it captures a moment, in a way that many drawings or paintings of plants do not. They have great energy, evident not just in the vibrant, layered translucence of the watercolour paintings, but also in the simple pencil studies'.
Boilerplate: Outsideleft first got its fingerprints onto the web in Los Angeles in 2004 featuring arts, music and pop culture otherwise and elsewhere broadly ignored. In some ways we were inspired as much by California's Assemblage Artists, New York punk and the late 70s fanzine scene, outsiders all, as the enabling technology and our love of music and pop culture. In an era where user generated content was the buzz... Outsideleft was imagined as a curated space, where anyone able to string a sentence or two together could come and write as part of an alike minded community. Now here we are still.
I am very happy to announce that I am putting on an exhibition of my most recent works. I look forward to seeing you.
I would like to share my marks and thoughts & again be a part of a small art community whether that be in the flesh or through the global airwaves
I have just added a new work to my site - hibiscus lilac queen, a small watercolour study on paper which is now available, please view in works on paper. I am currently working towards an exhibition this December in the UK