MK Gallery

Emma Wilde

Emma Wilde Redbirdge Roundabout
Emma Wilde Cut through, watercolour on paper, 2014
Emma Wilde Side Gate, 2014, watercolour & acrylic on paper
Emma Wilde, The Back of Creslow Court 1, 2013, pencil on paper
Emma Wilde, The Redway, 2013 pencil on paper
Emma Wilde, Untitled, 2011, watercolour on paper
Emma Wilde, Great Linford Series, watercolour and acrylic on paper
Emma Wilde, Redbridge, close up, pencil on paper

Emma’s practice focuses on painting and drawing. She is interested in how nature and the built environment co-exist or impose themselves upon each other, and the relationships that occur between these liminal spaces. Much of her work explores forgotten or overlooked pockets of land in the suburban areas of her home town of Milton Keynes, exploring how the planting and landscaping in and around the city has weathered and matured.

Alongside her practice she delivers workshops and art classes for galleries and other arts organisations as well as providing art courses linked to the national curriculum for schools.

Emma has exhibited in group and solo shows regionally and nationwide and in 2013 was awarded the Milton Keynes Community Foundation Arts Bursary to support her practice.