June 28, 2012 § Leave a comment
The Exhibition was a huge success for both Emily Hill and the hosting Art Gallery, it was great to see such a positive and warm response to the Artwork on show. Emily sincerely thanks all that visited and all whom purchased a piece or two for their own Art collections.
There are still a few pieces which didn’t sell and these will be available through this website, please leave a message and I am sure we can work something out.
Here is a Silver Teapot that Emily acquired just prior to the exhibition from a Watercolour friend and subsequently ended up as part of the whole experience.
June 11, 2012 § 2 Comments
Food as a still life is a common theme, and Emily Hill has incorporated that into many of her recent pieces that make up her current exhibition. Food and cooking is a passion for Emily and it would seem a logical subject matter when compiling work for this show. Here we see a Red Emperor fish upon the cutting board with a mix of flavours ready on hand; garlic, chiles and spring onions.
June 2, 2012 § 4 Comments
As a young girl, Emily Hill noticed the watercolours that her father had painted and were sometimes around the house. When the viewer looks into this painting, one can see a moment in time in Emily’s past; the Blue Swimmer Crabs of St Vincent’s Gulf, the earthy warmth to the colours here and also the Hurricane Lamp. Which ties in nicely to Emily’s current location of Cyclone-prone North Queensland.