Emma Faull began her working life with the British School of Archaeology in Athens as an archaeological draughtsman and more recently has produced a book, Birds: The Watercolour Art Pad.
This show marks twenty years of exhibiting with the gallery and includes a series of metal point works, a technique widely used in the fifteenth century using a sharpened metal rod, usually silver, to draw on a prepared surface. It is perfect for the modelling and lightness of bird plumage and she has used a variety of metals apart from silver, including gold, copper and brass.
She has exhibited worldwide and her paintings are held in many important collections, including the Audubon Society in America, The National Museum of Athens and over a dozen in the private collection of HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.
Works may also be viewed by arrangement at 19 Ryder Street, St. James’s London, otherwise they will be on view at the Petworth Gallery during opening hours.