‘Emily Faludy’s vibrant oil paintings are fiercely alive, visual manifestations of time spent immersed in front of her subjects. Emily Studied a BA in Fine Art at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, where she was focused on portrait painting, and was subsequently shortlisted for the ‘Conversations’ prize for group portraiture at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters annual exhibition.
Since 2009 she has been exploring her relationship to both natural and urban environments and creating paintings which have become increasingly loosened from an exact representation of their subject, and rather serve as an exploration of her interaction with places, through the viscous and immediate medium of paint.
She has been included in the annual exhibitions of both the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Chelsea Art Society. In 2021 she was shortlisted for the Jackson’s Painting Prize and was also chosen by Maggi Hambling as her winning artist at the ‘Paint Out Norfolk’ plein air event. She has recently been elected as a member of the Chelsea art Society.