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Emma Caldow is an emerging Scottish Artist who focuses on Landscape and Sustainability, to create subtly conceptual artworks that capture the Scottish Coastline. Graduating in 2022, from Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen, Emma achieved a 1st Class BA Painting. She was awarded the John Gray's Legacy Award, George Davidson Trust Scholarship and Aberdeen Artists' Society Award. She was additionally shortlisted for the Generator Projects 'Graduate Showcase' and has been selected as a finalist for the Visual Arts Scotland 'Graduate Showcase', where she will show as part of a group in Glasgow (May 2023).
Emma is currently showing 'The Blues', at The Ceilidh Place in Ullapool (May 6th 2023 to August 4th 2023). This solo exhibition showcases a series of artworks that have been created on various beaches across the Scottish Highlands. The works capture interactions between cyanotype and the environmental elements. Each work has been formed in collaboration with the rushing tide, flickering sun and blustering wind, to truly capture a moment in time.
To view the artwork that Emma currently has available, click here. Artwork from 'The Blues' can be purchased by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
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