Emily Faludy is a plein-air landscape painter, living and working in Hampshire, England. Her vibrant oil paintings are fiercely alive, visual manifestations of time spent directly in front of nature. Emily Studied a BA in Fine Art at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, where strangely she didn’t paint a single landscape but was focused on portrait painting. It wasn’t until a rainy November in 2009 that an impulse to paint outdoors found her in a soggy field in Kent, paintbrush in hand; cold, wet, exhilarated and hooked! Since then she has travelled widely, participating in painting events and taking great inspiration from others in the plein air community.
In 2019 she won a bronze award at the ‘Art in the Open’ festival in Ireland and has been included in the annual exhibitions of both the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Chelsea Art Society. She has had a solo show at the Jeannie Avent Gallery in London and is currently represented by the Nadia Waterfield Fine Art Gallery in Bruton, Hampshire.