Emma Caton

Emma studied her fine art degree in Bristol during the-mid nineties, which she says was 'an interesting time in the city with regards the music culture and rise of street art, partly the reason that drew me to this diversely creative city was the underground raw energy of the place.'   She became involved in creating art pieces and events in disused spaces, on the streets predominantly sculptural pieces in resin. After being hit by a car at high speed in 2008, which left her unable to enjoy full movement for 4 years, she returned to drawing as a means of rehabilitating her right arm which was left dislocated whilst her ribs were being maneuvered back into place along with her pelvis and spine.

 

Upcoming Exhibitions

 

Originals Available

When the lights go out (& love in reach) Emma Caton 122 cm x 63cm Framed.  Graphite, Biro and Resin on found table top Third floor hall £1750 

The House of Kane exhibition at The Berkley

La Rosa Caninna  Emma Caton 73 x 53 cm (framed) Screen print. Hand finshed in black glitter and acrylic Third floor hall £375

The House of Kane exhibition at The Berkley