2019 EXHIBITION  31 AUG- 1 SEP

 

Oak Hall, Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School

213 Wonga Road, Warranwood,3134

Kill Patrick by Emme Bergman

ARTIST NOTES: None

Features

DIMENSIONS (Height - 76.20 cm X Width - 46.90 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Ink on Paper
GENRE Abstract
REGISTERED NRN # 000-41408-0135-01
COPYRIGHT © Emme Bergman
PRIZES AND AWARDS No Awards
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Artist: Emme Bergman



ARTIST BIO

At my ripe age of 23 I have composited, developed and explored a series of mediums and techniques throughout my years of experimenting with art. I am an establishing visual artist and have been drawing and painting since the day I could pick up a pencil and haven’t stopped.
What is art?
Art is a form of expression - no matter what anyone will say; one of my huge influential beliefs is that anyone can be creating art. I’m determined to demonstrate that anything you do whether it be cooking, painting, meditating or building a relationship - will always consider as a work of art.
I’ve achieved my development in various mediums such as graphite, acrylics and alcohol inks. Fortunately enough, for the past two years I have been given the greatest opportunity to host workshops in my current location, which involves my self-taught approach with alcohol inks on Yupo paper. It’s an absolute gratification of mine to watch my techniques unfold onto someone else’s paper - in saying; I still carry on my originality.
When it comes to things I’m ‘good at’ - I’m good at picking up what I do and don’t like, then either work with it or around it - as I say to my students; your ‘mistake’ is meant to be there! I am always happily experimenting with different products and learning from my ‘faults’ whilst continuing to set my goals and displaying an emotional contact on paper.
They ask; what gets your creative juices flowing? To be honest; watching short art clips on Instagram and Youtube! To be fair, I love cruising around art galleries and soaking in the diverse range of styles yet, everyone is so individual and stands towards their originality.
Whether I love the area or absolutely loath it, I will always respect and appreciate all artwork - as we are our own character!
One thing I have learnt in my short existence is to be a successful artist, you have to push the limits and maybe push some buttons! Always be true to yourself, be honest and take in negative criticism as it will help you improve.
It excites me that I’m at the start of my journey and cannot wait to see what the art life unfolds in front of me.
Enjoy!



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