Art

Emily Hogarth - Scottish Folk Songs - Emily Hogarth

Sat 21st Mar 2015 - Tue 21st Apr 2015

Inspired by old Scottish folk songs and traditional verse, each of these artworks has been hand cut from a single sheet of paper. The central focus of each piece, are the words, which are then framed with imagery inspired by the songs. Selected papercuts have then been screenprinted to add colour, adding another layer to each piece. I hope the collection celebrates these beloved old songs and also introduce some lesser known works.

Emily Hogarth, February 2015

Emily Hogarth has been working since 2008 as a professional artist, illustrator and designer. She has exhibited twice before at the Watermill Gallery, most recently two years ago with a hugely successful show of papercuts and prints inspired by Burns’ works.

A small selection of the many works in the exhibition is below. All of Emily Hogarth’s framed and unframed prints are for sale, as well as a selection of cards on sale in Homer and in the gallery.

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