Emma Freeman works in many mediums including fibers, textiles, collage, book making, cyanotype, and drawing. Her art practice is experimental, playful and tactile. Emma is a highly sensitive person who feels deeply connected to animals, nature, textures and colors. During our conversation, Emma shares her thoughts on creative languages, slow stitching, visible mending, and the power of play and experimentation.
Pay attention to the role of contemplation in your art practice.
When you give your art time and space to breathe amazing things emerge.
Taking better of your body could help your art practice.
Why not you?
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Emma’s podcast, Reflections from My Art Table
Beyond podcast with Daphne Cohn