Welcome to Emma Moss’s work on Bubble, feel free to check out her work also on http://www.wix.com/emmamoss/emma-art-2010#! You can also find her on facebook at mossfx desgin by clicking on the following link:
This profile showcases Emma’s fine art paintings, multimedia work and illustrations. Emma has been a practicing artist and designer for roughly 20 years. During her teens, Emma was often the main artist for set designs, school posters and key designer for drama productions. She was the main artist for the school’s set designs for the Rockestedford concert and was also selected for the SSABSA Art Show.
One of her earlier artistic trademarks in her teens, was her morphing creature illustrations. It was these creatures which saw her win her first design job at the tender age of 17 for local surfboard company Powerplug Surfboards. Her creature designs were well sought out for their originality and versatility. She has continued to show a flair and a passion for the realms of fantasy and the imagination.
Emma has continued to work as a freelance designer and artist, building and refining her skills as a multi-disciplinary artist that has the ability to apply her vivid imagination in a variety of formats and across various media including animations. Not happy simply to settle in one domain, and never wishing to be pigeon-holed, Emma, enjoys the challenge of applying her artistic skills to new areas. She regularly exhibits her work in local and interstate exhibitions and is a member of the Royal South Australian Art Society.
Her most recent exhibitions at the South Australian Royal Art society was her Mandala orb (based on a series of Mandalas). She also exhibited two photographic montages of the infamous old Adelaide Gaol and various paintings.
Emma was formally trained in Certificate IV in Visual and Applied Art, followed by a Bachelor of Visual Communication (first year graphic illustration and majoring in Graphic Design in 2002).
For the last few years Emma has created several identities and other materials for local business and bands in Adelaide, including the identity for local soul and funk band PLUSH.
Emma comes from a long line of artists and musicians and is proud to be part such a creative family (on both sides).
Art and music along with love of family and friends are the most dearest things to me, without these things, life wouldn’t be the same. My motto, when I create I am free and at peace. Without freedom to explore, create and uncover new things, life would wash to a brownish-grey and would lack vitality. I live to create.
Emma’s work is available for purchase (in a variety of formats including high quality prints and cards) via her Redbubble site. http://www.redbubble.com/people/emmmmamoss