Emily Schultz is a born and raised Northwest painter who enjoys painting the garden and her beautiful little friends. She also likes to paint experiences that she has lived, and landscapes she loves.
Emily's art education consisted of taking classes and workshops, reading books, watching videos of her favorite artists, going to museums and galleries and studying her grandfather's copies of Art of the West. She is grateful to Brent Burkett, who nurtured her in his quiet way through the techniques of "real art"; to Tom Browning, who told her he thought she could make it as an artist; to Morgan Weistling, for his kindness and critique that still makes the artist smile to think of; to Scott Christensen, for the abundance of knowledge he shared; and to Dan Gerhartz for his teaching on color temperature, his critiques, and his inspiring life and paintings.
Currently, Emily is painting lots of fresh flowers, which have been very well received by her collectors. She has portraits in Dalton School, NY, and Winchendon School, MA, and had a solo show earlier this year at the Lawrence Gallery in Oregon.
Emily hopes her paintings will add to the beauty of the world and be a tiny reflection of God- a place for your soul to rest.