Emma Douglas



My work is conceptual.

It takes a long time to make and the time reflects the real time of the events that inspire it. Some watercolours and oil paintings are large with thousands of small squares, each a different colour and each representing an event that took place. Numbers and colour are crucial. The sculptures are made of found objects that are painted and combined to create a structure that can hold the words that I write. I use mirrors to help the viewer peak into my world. The postcards are a record of my journeys and a conversation. My films are short and show the passing of time and the fragility of life. My etchings are made with multiple plates and subtle colours and represent past thoughts and present feelings. My words mark the places I visit.