Saturday, September 20, 2014

 My Paintings Through the Years
 Green Hair, 2014
You Can't Take Your Botox With You, 2014
Creeping In, 2014

Glow, 2011
Mermaid Portal, 2006
Blue Grid, 2005
Warm Eye, 2005

Caught in the Shadow, 2006

Split Vision, 2004

Monday, January 13, 2014

Etsy Shop!

New shop...Bafflegab Studio

I have been creating more items that would be considered "craft" so I abandoned the Emily's Paint blog. Check it out!

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Art vs. Craft

When I was in art school a sense of art over craft was ingrained in many of my classes and critiques. Now that I am older and oh so much wiser (ahem), I find myself creating more crafts. A healthy obsession with is helping me move away from the
pretentious notion that craft = crap.

The indie craft movement of the past decade, coupled with attending Handmade Arcade and I Made It! markets have helped me realize that crafts are not just crocheted doll toilet paper covers.

From the Magazine

Resisting the urge to gesso this painting and start all over. I love the concept, but the result wasn't what I hoped. Will have to improve on this design.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Did you know I am published?
That's right, little ol' Em was published in an art book accompanying the 2008 show, 250 years/250 Artists at FE Gallery. That is still amazing to me years later.
Top picture is of the painting that was included in the show, Brush the Hair Out of Your Eye.
Bottom pic is of the cover of the book, In the Making, 250 Years/250 Artists.

Monday, June 27, 2011

A Fine Arts Show Benefit for the Hollywood Theater. Potomac Ave in Dormont, PA July 2, 2011 Opening Reception: 6:00 to 10:00 pm Live Music, Short Films, 50 Artists (Including Emily Salsberry!) Come out to the show!

Sunday, July 19, 2009

New Paintings
Some paintings are new...some have been waiting for me to finish them up.
I have been trying to come up with some new subject matter, but for some reason I always go back to eyes and faces.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Modern Formations' 2009 Spring Salon
Another salon style show with an unbelievable array of art work. This show was packed floor to ceiling with artwork!
Soon I hope to get to painting more often.
Believe me, I want to everyday! But, work and life get in the way. (boo!) Moving every year doesn't help either. Check back again, I want to update this blog more often in the future!

Show at Zombo Gallery! I was a part of the 2nd Annual "Zombo's Big Hang Up" in January of 2009.

It was a great show with a varity of artwork. Zombo is a unique space in Lawrenceville. There is a gallery space, a full screenprinting shop, a DJ /promotions office, and a massage therapy studio. Check out the website!

Sorry for the blurry pic, I was in between cameras and this was taken on a friend's phone.

Monday, October 06, 2008

FE Gallery Show
250 Years/250 Artists
There is my painting, waaaay up high!
My piece, Brush the Hair Out of Your Eye
A shot of the crowd, some of my friends are in this shot, discussing the artwork. Thanks to everyone who came to the gallery to support me, I really appreciate it!

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

250 Years/250 Artists
In the Making: 250 Years/250 Artists, is a visual art exhibition celebrating Pittsburgh's 250th anniversary with cutting edge artwork by 250 Pittsburgh area artists (including ME!).
The show is at FE Arts Gallery, 4102 Butler Street, in Lawrenceville. The opening is on September 12th from 7:30-10:30 pm. The show will run through January 10, 2009.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

New studio and New Paintings!

working on a new painting now... and show information coming soon!

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Pictures of my work in the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts!

These are my paintings among the glass section of the shop.

My painting above this glass section.
The holiday shop is open extended hours during the holidays and if you shop on Thursday you can receive and extra 10% off!
Click on the link above for more information!

Friday, November 02, 2007

Have you heard of Phil Hansen?
He is an awesome artist that works in a large scale and with crazy mediums. He posts videos and pictures of himself creating the pieces. It is very interesting to see how he creates his artwork.
Here is his website
One of my favorite pieces ...
Mother Theresa, 2006
This work becomes even more impressive when you learn that the image is made out of dandelions!He uses all sorts of interesting materials . Check out his website

Monday, October 22, 2007

Small Small Small!
I am creating several pieces for the holiday shop at The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. I usually work much larger than this, so that is a nice change for me. I am also using materials I haven't used before, such as cigar boxes, paint chips and a few other surprises. Enough talk, here are the pictures!
Some new paintings.

Painting on a cigar box

A shot of the table I work at. I should probably pretend that my workspace is spotless...but you wouldn't buy it anyway!

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