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Growing Reflections: a solo show by Emily Jolley

Updated: Apr 26

I’m delighted to share that for the next 4 weeks my work is on show (and for sale) in the beautiful upper floor Art&Soul gallery in St Neots, Cambridgeshire.

The exhibition is of the work I’ve been developing throughout 2021. It’s so special to be able to bring it together in one space – and a space with a great atmosphere, fabulous high ceilings and light from arched windows to boot in this fantastic listed building! If you’re in the area please do drop in – the coffee and food from the cafe is great too!

About the artwork

The ‘Growing Reflections’ series of work from 2021, which can be seen in Art&Soul Gallery throughout November, is a response to the emergence from lockdown during the months of spring.


Emily works in both large and small formats with a variety of media – ink, gouache, watercolour, acrylic, oil, collage, clay, paper, canvas, board, and emulsion paint. Tools used range from traditional brushes, pallet knives, pencils and pens to found objects including feathers and sticks. Much of Emily’s work explores mark making and the extent to which this is controlled by the artist, following the example of abstract expressionists such as Lee Krasner and Helen Frankenthaler.


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