“Abstract art uses shapes, colours, forms and gestural marks to achieve a visual language. Abstract work does not conform or depend on visual accuracy. It instead conjures emotions, sensations and meaning through its representation or connection to visual reality.”
Emily is a freelance graphic designer.
Her art and design are mostly digitally based, photography and painting. Paintings include, still life, portraits, and landscape of work in acrylic, and watercolor. The above quote accompanies her work, ‘Women on the Street’ which was shown at the Toronto School of Art 2019 Open House.
Click on each image below to see an enlarged version of the artwork.