EMILY PENFOLD

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Emily Penfold is a British multidisciplinary artist and graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2018. Within her practise, Emily explores the fragility of life, celebrating its internal magic in all its forms. She aims to challenge people to find light and positivity in the dark and is particularly inspired by views of life as a cycle rather than a linear journey. No end. Just beginnings. Emily creates work that is beautiful yet thought provoking.



In Emily’s most recent work and light art, she delves into the fragile dimensions of sea-life, exploring the delicacy of what lies beneath the surface. A Jellyfish sting is like an electric shock - a spark of nature’s energy. Inspired by this powerful force of nature, the infinite water of the sea evokes an unequivocal sense of both fear and calm. Something that can make you feel so fragile and alive all in one.

EMILY PENFOLD

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Emily Penfold is a British multidisciplinary artist and graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2018. Within her practise, Emily explores the fragility of life, celebrating its internal magic in all its forms. She aims to challenge people to find light and positivity in the dark and is particularly inspired by views of life as a cycle rather than a linear journey. No end. Just beginnings. Emily creates work that is beautiful yet thought provoking.



In Emily’s most recent work and light art, she delves into the fragile dimensions of sea-life, exploring the delicacy of what lies beneath the surface. A Jellyfish sting is like an electric shock - a spark of nature’s energy. Inspired by this powerful force of nature, the infinite water of the sea evokes an unequivocal sense of both fear and calm. Something that can make you feel so fragile and alive all in one.

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