Finding particular aesthetic influence in the post war decades of the 1950s to the 1970's, Emma Glibbery finds inspiration in a range of varied and intriguing subjects. Her most recent series of works have been inspired by the uncomplicated simplicity of the female nude and how it can, become almost abstract. A trained Graphic Designer she has been selling her artwork in the UK and abroad since 2002. She feels that it is important that all of her paintings are hand painted rather than digitally printed. The surface is very smooth almost giving the appearance of a screen print. As a progression from traditional acrylics Emma also experiments with glitter paint and fabric, and is currently working on a series of graphic tropical motifs using felt and hand stitching alongside the nudes. Exhibitions include a series of shows in London in 2003, a group show in Hoxton in 2005 and the Battersea Contemporary Art Fair in May 2006.