Posted by on October 10, 2018


Wow, what a few month’s it’s been! I have been furiously working to complete my MA, went on a wonderful artist’s retreat in the beautiful Polish countryside and I have sold my house in Sussex and have moved to beautiful mid Devon.

To start my children at their new schools I have had to sell my house in Sussex before completing on the new one in Devon so, sadly, this means that almost my entire studio is in storage. However, once I move, hopefully in a few weeks, I have plans to purpose build a beautiful new studio. Unlike the last one, this one should be big enough for me to continue to work and play in, but also big enough for some of you to come and join me for courses and workshops.

As soon as I have some more information, I will post it for you. In the meantime, I’m still alive and working and I still love hearing from you.

Perhaps if you get a chance you could drop me a line if there are workshops or courses you might particularly like? They might include things like how to make your own traditional gesso boards, creative drawing, how to paint with egg tempera, life drawing… there is a long list formulating in my head – feel free to add to it and if I can help, I will!

All the very best and I hope to be able to come back to you with some more news soon(ish)!

Best Wishes,

Emma. x

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  1. Emma
    September 21, 2019

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    It was great to meet you today at Powderham. Thank you for sharing your art, it was very thought provoking. Looking forward to seeing your new work and welcome to Devon!

    • Emma Martin
      September 21, 2019

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      What a wonderful message to come home to! It’s always lovely to exhibit in a new place and especially nice to receive such a warm welcome. Thank you very much and I look forward to seeing you again.

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