Ostler’s Restaurant

High Road, Horndon-on-the-Hill, Stanford-le-Hope, SS17 8LD




Emma Walsh

Emma Walsh’s work is focused upon manipulating and adapting her own photography, combined with 2D drawings to form an abstracted and distorted sense of place, space and non-place. Walsh has collected an array of photographs, capturing the architectural design and structure of a variety of buildings from a range of places within Europe. Through the use of manipulation and extension, Walsh transforms her images into ‘non-places’ and ‘spaces’ with a playful approach to adapting the sense of depth, direction and dimension produced within the drawings. Through collage and mixed media pieces, Walsh attempts to highlight the sense of disorientation, disconnection and displacement when the explorer is found within new territories.

Roo Bannister

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I create unique abstract artworks that draw upon the ancient rooted and traditional methods of paper marbling. Each piece I create is one of a kind and made spontaneously with organic inks on water. I have created a collection of hand marbled artworks and accessories which are each inspired by pattern and colour in nature.. ie malachite minerals, marble stone, cells… I have many paper works and digital edits and recently featured at an art fair in Bristol running marbling workshops from £3 and selling my marbled goodies.