Emma Green is an oil painter based in Woodbridge, Suffolk. From her studio by the river Deben, her semi abstract work explores the rural/coastal landscape where she lives, its remoteness, wildness and the fleeting evocative changes in light and atmosphere.
Emma studied Art & Design at Ipswich Art School followed by a Fine Art Degree in Hull. She returned to Suffolk in 2001. Her work can be found at Thompson's Galleries, Aldeburgh & London, The Flint Gallery, Blakeney, North Norfolk & The Gallery, Snape Maltings, Suffolk. She has also exhibited at The Alde Valley Spring Festival where she was awarded the Fidelity Cranbrook prize for painting.
In April 2012, the BBC's Countryfile, filmed Emma painting outside at Snape Maltings with presenter Ellie Harris as part of an episode on The Suffolk Coast. In 2013, one of her larger landscapes appeared in British Vogue under 'Vogue's Masterpiece'.
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