Emily Jolley is an artist who lives and works in Brighton and enjoys painting in watercolour. Emily grew up on a farm in East Anglia and this is where her interest in the natural world started. Her paintings, especially her studies of British garden birds, use a variety of techniques, some show the loose brush work and others the delicate detail you can achieve with this medium. Watercolour can be an unforgiving medium but can also provide beautiful freshness to the marks and intensity of colour. She has shown work around the uk and had a piece selected in the Sunday Times watercolour competition.