Emma screen prints mostly original one-off works of geometric art predominately on paper. She uses the screen as a drawing tool to explore the relationship between colour, shape and pattern. She is currently investigating the versatility of one shape, the hexagon. Singularly, the hexagon is still, flat, complete. When multiplied, overlaid, varied in colour and opacity, it presents an infinite realm of possibilities. It morphs and disguises itself amongst other forms. It creates movement, rhythm, and illusion, connecting with others to resemble cubes and producing multiple patterns.
Emma has recently printed onto bigger, wooden panels, which creates a warmer texture, and allows her to further develop this line of enquiry.