Contemporary art photographer Emily Hancock has over two decades of commercial experience and is known for her photography and fine art pieces. The beautiful art that Emily produces is inspired by the connection she has with horses and nature.
Although Emily has still been quietly working away, she had a break to start a family. Now that her children are a little older, Emily has decided it’s time to get back to her studio full-time. Emily has found great joy in helping her children find their own artistic talents. Her studio becomes a place of colour, textures and a vast amount of imagination. She finds that her children’s fresh perspectives and unfiltered approach to art help her see things from a different angle, pushing her own artistic boundaries.
Not only does Emily offer several of her own collections of carefully thought-out pieces, but she also offers equally well-thought-out private commissions. The private commissions comprise 4 stages to getting the perfect piece of artwork. The commissioned pieces are made using ancient techniques to portray the individual character of each horse.
Emily recently exhibited her work for the first time since Covid at The Royal Windsor Horse Show, and what a great show to start with. Royal Windsor is the only UK show to host international classes in Show Jumping, Dressage, Driving and Endurance. This is a perfect place to get yourself seen by a wide range of people wanting to see different disciplines. With shows opening up again, it’s the perfect time for Emily to relaunch her art. Emily is hoping to attend more shows throughout the year, giving many people the chance to fall in love with her creative mixed-media artwork.