WILDLIFE ARTIST & TUTOR


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Emily Rose Fine Art 
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ARTIST & TUTOR


Emily not only works on commissions and exhibitions, she also teaches to small groups.

Emily currently teaches pastel pencil wildlife art in Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk, however, if you would like a private class, you can contact her to arrange one.

ABOUT EMILY ROSE


Growing up in Norfolk meant Emily Rose was always surrounded by unspoilt nature.

Having recently moved to the Oxfordshire countryside, her work draws on the places she has lived as well as her interactions with nature, resulting in fine details observed after truly studying each subject.

Emily Rose is a specialist in pastel pencils, consequently, she has wildlife artwork all around the world.

Currently an artist over two counties, Norfolk and Oxfordshire, she hence runs a variety of exhibitions and wildlife art workshops throughout the year which are open to all.

Besides a strong love of the natural world, Emily Rose is also driven by her desire to create and discover new working methods. As a result, Emily Rose is currently training in oils and hopes to debut this work in the early summer of 2021.

If you would like to know more about Emily Rose and her work, you can contact her to find out more. In addition, you can also watch her create on her YouTube channel where she shares her techniques.


CONTACT

If you have any questions regarding art work or workshops, please feel free to ask.

Please use the contact options below and I will get back to you as soon as I can. If you would like to hear from me about specific events, you can also subscribe below.

Email: emilyrosefineart@gmail.com

Mobile: 07920519559

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