Q1. Hello Emma! How much are you looking forward to the Combe Down Virtual Art Trail?
The Virtual Trail is such a clever idea and I’m sure it will be perfectly executed and curated, The Combe Down Art Trail committee are a delight and the whole area is bursting with talent.
Q2. You've taken part in all of the Combe Down Art Trails. What is it about art trails you enjoy?
This will be my fourth Trail. The first was in the iconic Stone Museum, and the last couple of years all I've been in the fabulous location of the Skittle Alley with Carol Symon - which, believe it or not, is a really wonderful backdrop for hanging art. Art Trails are the utterly perfect way to discover hidden gems, and what a joy to be able to talk to the artists face to face or virtually.
Q3. What do you plan on exhibiting in the Combe Down Virtual Art Trail 2020 on Saturday 12th September?
All my latest paintings and limited edition prints - do check out my website: www.emmaroseartworks.com. I’m always around to talk about commissions and very happy to bring artworks round to people’s home for them to try out for size. Equally, all viewers are cordially invited to my studio just south of Combe Down in Wellow - open everyday / evenings, by appointment.
You can also find out more about Emma and her stunning studio from this article: Emma Rose Interview