Emily Brown's early plein air work has led to continuing explorations in the studio of natural spaces, surfaces and textures. States of mind and spirit are conveyed metaphorically through landscape imagery.
Painting and drawing are what she's done the most, with intermittent printmaking and collage work. In 2017 Brown painted with vitreous enamel paint on handblown glass cylinders at Wheaton Arts, completing about 45 pieces.
Above is a small 1982 painting made outdoors in Maine.