New Artwork by Emma
Inspired by the northern lights, this peacock Aurora Borealis gem shimmers with iridescent colour. The northern lights are beautiful dancing waves of light that have captivated people for millennia. This spectacular light show is as beautiful as it is powerful. Energized particles from the sun slam into Earth’s upper atmosphere at speeds of up to 45 million mph, but earths magnetic field protects us from the onslaught. It was Galileo who coined the name after the Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora, and the Greek god of the north wind, Boreas — the earliest suspected record of the northern lights is in a 30,000-year-old cave painting in France. But this beautiful piece will be right at home in your special place.
Hand drawn Pansies and Violas with little skulls inside for a quirky twist on a classic style. Gorgeous colours take centre stage with these little skull embellishments. These flowers are traditionally seen as symbols of love – both romantic and platonic. In Victorian times, pansies often represented forbidden love between secret lovers. They also symbolise qualities like compassion, remembrance, and nostalgia.
I'm Emma, artist, designer & art tutor in sunny South London. Check in here to see my latest work, and please subscribe for first look and early bird offers!