Emily Tull is a textile artist. She creates portrait and wildlife artworks using hand stitching on a variety of materials - fabric, wallpaper and plastic. Her portraiture is inspired by relics, peeling paint and people's personal stories. The imagery is always fragmented/incomplete to represent the fragility of humans and life, the viewer is left to complete the imagery and the stories behind them. The wildlife is inspired by curiosity cabinets, museum displays and the natural work. She emphasis mainly on species which are endangered or lowering in numbers.
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