Description My new black and white photography series Scars takes a closer look at mans mark on nature through a series of photographs of trees. From ancient times, man has carved into trees and rock as a type of communication and expression. This tradition curiously continues today despite the ability to communicate and express thorough both written and oral form using technology in a global capacity. I feel that man is drawn to the sense of permanency in leaving this kind of tribal mark in nature.
Emily Beach-Munday, Winston-Salem Member Since April 2010 Artist Statement http://artistejbeach.blogspot.com/ http://artistejbeach.webs.com http://twitter.com/artistejbeach http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/group.php?gid=149418990271&ref=ts http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/group.php?gid=198442672724&ref=ts
I am an artist in North Carolina's Piedmont. I am skilled in painting, drawing, photography, pottery, puppetry, fiber arts and much more. I have been a practicing artist for 14 years and have been teaching art for over 7 years Personal I am originally from Pittsburgh, PA. I moved to North Carolina 7 years ago to teach art and be closer to my now husband.I currently live in Kernersville, NC with my husband and three Boston Terriers. I enjoy hiking, going to the beach, and of course creating art of all types. Education B.A. California University of PA - Art Education
Work I am currently a high school art teacher at a public school. I am also a freelance photographer and artist and have worked in the community as a private art instructor and puppeteer.