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Our first artist interview of 2021 is with Emily Unsworth White, a painter, collagist and textile artist living and working in Bristol. Her multi-disciplinary practice explores nature as a holy sanctum, drawing on themes of religion, fellowship and storytelling. With a palette of natural hues and pigments, materials such as sheep's wool, twine and hand-dyed fabric, Emily's body of work holds connotations of the primordial. Forming a serene cosmos of flora, fauna, paganism and ethereal figures, Emily depicts nature as a sublime otherworld- something or somewhere to be cherished and worshipped.
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