Emma’s love of the Kimberley radiates through her artworks and she has travelled much of it camping out the back of a ute with a sketchbook in hand.

Emma’s paintings express a passion for colour and unique sense of translating Australian culture to canvas. The outback inspires Emma’s artworks with its vivid colours, remoteness and wildlife. From waterfalls and billabongs to jabirus and brolgas, to cockatoos flying over spectacular gorges and turquoise bays of the Dampier Peninsular coast, the Kimberley inspires her to utilise large brush strokes and vibrant colours to portray a range of Australian scenes.

“I first headed up north on a camping trip in our old ute back in in 2001 and could not stay away. I was absolutely blown away on that initial trip travelling the Gibb River Road and up to Mitchell Falls and Kalumburu. The remoteness and striking landscapes really was the most amazing experience. The roads were pretty rough in the old Landcruiser! Camping under the stars with nothing but a mozzie net and a mattress and an old barby grate to cook on. It was simple, and I wouldn’t change a thing! Whistling kites hovering in the smoke of our campfire, catching my first Barra and cooking it on the coals whilst watching the full moon rise above the range. It was a trip of a lifetime and I still head out bush as often as possible.”

She has also created a range of Australian made art gifts. Emma is passionate about insuring all products are locally made and all of her art gifts are created, painted, printed and packaged in Australia. Most in her own studio. Her fun and simplistic approach to life exudes through her canvases with a style that is immediately recognisable. Her work has been applauded across the country and resonates with the viewer to the point where she is commissioned for both private and commercial applications. She has also worked remotely on community projects with students painting workshops, murals and public art.

“Please enjoy browsing through my art and experience Australia and its beauty through my eyes.” An extensive range of Emma’s works are available to view at www.emmablyth.com.au

Original Artworks