'Rocky Point,' by Emily M. Randolph, is a one-of-a-kind piece. Imagery is printed on DiBond aluminum and hand-finished with varying elements of mica, glass and stone, sealed with a … [Read more...]
Pebble Beach, by Emily M. Randolph, is a one-of-a-kind piece made to order in various sizes, as well as shapes. Imagery is printed on DiBond aluminum and hand-finished with varying … [Read more...]
Playa Dorada is abstract, micro imagery printed on luminous metal with UV cured in, hand-finished with gold and copper leaf, mica accents, and colored stained glass, and sealed … [Read more...]
Emily M. Randolph's 'Dragon Fire Diptych' is imagery printed on lustrous DiBond aluminum and hand-finished with gold and copper leaf and mica accents and resin for both a textured … [Read more...]
'Milky Wave' is an abstract captured as micro imagery of glass reflections. It is printed on lustrous DiBond metal with UV cured ink, hand-finished with a sweep of silver mica to … [Read more...]
Ready to make some waves? Blue waves is a one-of-a-kind piece, cut in the round (available in more shapes upon request). Imagery is printed on DiBond aluminum, hand-finished with a … [Read more...]
Pink Sandy Shores is a one-of-a-kind abstract, mixed-media seascape by Emily M. Randolph Fine Art. Macro imagery is printed on lustrous DiBond aluminum, hand-finished with a … [Read more...]
Feathers Alight, by Emily M. Randolph Fine Art, is a one-of-a-kind piece, abstract mixed media. Imagery is printed on lustrous DiBond aluminum with UV cured ink and hand-finished … [Read more...]
Printed on DiBond metal with UV cured ink, 'Horizon' is an ephemeral and elegant abstract seascape that has been handfinished with a delicate dusting of gold mica and sealed with … [Read more...]
This innovative collection captures those special times when the light hits the ocean just right; a coral reef glimmers; the sun sets at that magic hour; the stars are at their brightest; and morning dew glistens on the petal of a flower.
"There is nothing more satisfying to me then capturing a small element and giving it importance - star power, if you will. My new mixed media pieces allow me to combine my love of abstracts, color and shimmer to create exciting works to lift the viewer's spirit."
Emily's greatest influences have been the places she has experienced: the bright blue waters of the Great Barrier Reef and Mediterranean; the vibrance of the Southwest; and the lavish floral displays of the English gardens and markets. Though a lover of both old and new, her contemporary, abstract seascapes, in particular, bring a fresh originality to photography to produce artwork that was actually never captured near water. Water has always been a strong attraction for her, and maybe because she lives in the desert and is also a Pisces, she ‘sees’ seascapes where others may not. Well aware of the irony, she created a ‘beach house in the desert’ - a home with aquatic colors and themes - and continues to look for water in unusual materials to create her soft abstract seascapes.
Emily’s abstract botanicals are also a subject close to her heart. London’s flower stalls, cascading in bountiful blooms in every color, were her constant joy when she lived there for many years. Her home was always filled with flowers by the armfuls to chase away the rain and clouds overhead.
The inception of Emily’s artistic pursuits was a ceramic owl ashtray she created in kindergarten and which won a ribbon at the Bruce Museum of Greenwich, CT. She was forever hooked. Always artistic, Emily honed her creative eye from the moment she discovered photography as a child - always searching for the unique angle or the unseen. Today, her work is collected privately, as well as by art consultants and institutions, and she is represented by Xanadu Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ, and Laguna Art, Laguna Beach, CA. Currently, she has a 40-piece, permanent art installation opening in a residential complex in the June 2016. Emily is also an award-winning author and graphic designer for a children's photo-illustrated book series commissioned by the world-renown Phoenician Resort with which she has an ongoing relationship.
Born in Greenwich, Connecticut, Emily has lived in NYC, London, Hamburg and Frankfurt and is now settled near family in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband and their three Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. Emily has an advanced degree in photography, a Bachelor of Arts from Hamilton College, NY.