Emily Morey Bloom
At the Project Gallery — 31st October - 26th November 2014
Opening hours Tuesday – Saturday 10am–5pm


Emily’s painting is intuitive and spontaneous, her work has a light and playful touch. She creates stories inspired by the shapes, objects, colours and people encountered in everyday situations.
Through the combination of drawing, painting and collage Emily discovers ways of image-making using contrasting figurative and expressionistic visual languages. Abstraction is used to emote Emily’s own psychological state, her dreams, memories and thoughts are expressed through her work, she aims to explore the boundaries of creativity and the chaos of painting.
This is Emily’s first solo exhibition, showing work produced over the past three years since graduating from Brighton university in 2011. This includes paintings from a residency in New York and paintings made at her old studio in Brixton. Emily continues to study at postgraduate level at The Prince’s Drawing School in East London. SEE MORE

Exhibitions & Colaborations

Past Exhibitions
2013 The Unveiling Chapel, Obst and Gemuse Art Space, Grabowsee site, Berlin

Snippets of New York, Long White Cloud Gallery, Shoreditch, London

2012 The Demarco European Art Foundation's Archive and Art Collection, Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Love and Tutti Frutti,Group show with ASC artists, Lab G, Brixton

2011 Conflict and Resolution, Group show, La Galleria, Pall Mall, London

Voila,The Burt Brill and Carden's graduate show, university of Brighton.

2010 Stellar, Group show, Brighton

Light and Dark,Dorset Methodist church, Brighton Fringe Festival.

2009 Fruit Salad Boutique, Group show, PremArts Gallery, Berlin

Third of the way, Group show, The Old Music Library, Brighton

Time and Season, Brighton Fringe Festival

Emily made work in response to Richard DeMarco's archives and art collection along with other painters from The University of Brighton, which was exhibited at Summerhall during Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Grabowsee 2013
Youth in Action 1.1, A Berlin art project involving forty artists chosen to improve a derelict site. Emily produced a painting in collaboration with another painter, inspired by a poem we wrote about the found objects and the atmosphere of the place.

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