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 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

Theedom embraces the act of appropriation with major influence from the poignant Pablo Picasso quote, 'Good artists copy, Great artists steal'. Exploring the history of art, Theedom recreates classics using her attention to detail combined with a contemporary twist, relying on digital photography to produce her works. Alternatively, she also juxtaposes the old and new, merging imagery from the Renaissance era with that of real-life situations of the modern day. Using scale and enhancing colour and tone, she is able to dramatise the atmosphere of each work, making the viewer feel enveloped by the piece. Heidi Rose Sharp, Artist & Writer.

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

Theedom embraces the act of appropriation with major influence from the poignant Pablo Picasso quote, 'Good artists copy, Great artists steal'. Exploring the history of art, Theedom recreates classics using her attention to detail combined with a contemporary twist, relying on digital photography to produce her works. Alternatively, she also juxtaposes the old and new, merging imagery from the Renaissance era with that of real-life situations of the modern day. Using scale and enhancing colour and tone, she is able to dramatise the atmosphere of each work, making the viewer feel enveloped by the piece. Heidi Rose Sharp, Artist & Writer.

Theedom embraces the act of appropriation with major influence from the poignant Pablo Picasso quote, 'Good artists copy, Great artists steal'. Exploring the history of art, Theedom recreates classics using her attention to detail combined with a contemporary twist, relying on digital photography to produce her works. Alternatively, she also juxtaposes the old and new, merging imagery from the Renaissance era with that of real-life situations of the modern day. Using scale and enhancing colour and tone, she is able to dramatise the atmosphere of each work, making the viewer feel enveloped by the piece. Heidi Rose Sharp, Artist & Writer.

Theedom embraces the act of appropriation with major influence from the poignant Pablo Picasso quote, 'Good artists copy, Great artists steal'. Exploring the history of art, Theedom recreates classics using her attention to detail combined with a contemporary twist, relying on digital photography to produce her works. Alternatively, she also juxtaposes the old and new, merging imagery from the Renaissance era with that of real-life situations of the modern day. Using scale and enhancing colour and tone, she is able to dramatise the atmosphere of each work, making the viewer feel enveloped by the piece. Heidi Rose Sharp, Artist & Writer.

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 

Theedom embraces the act of appropriation with major influence from the poignant Pablo Picasso quote, 'Good artists copy, Great artists steal'. Exploring the history of art, Theedom recreates classics using her attention to detail combined with a contemporary twist, relying on digital photography to produce her works. Alternatively, she also juxtaposes the old and new, merging imagery from the Renaissance era with that of real-life situations of the modern day. Using scale and enhancing colour and tone, she is able to dramatise the atmosphere of each work, making the viewer feel enveloped by the piece. Heidi Rose Sharp, Artist & Writer.

 

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 
 
 
 
 

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

 "In the current situation where many question the relevance or trendiness of old art, I find myself continually returning to those aspects to highlight the hidden or misrepresented in old masters, specifically Italian Renaissance." 

Emma Theedom

Theedom embraces the act of appropriation with major influence from the poignant Pablo Picasso quote, 'Good artists copy, Great artists steal'. Exploring the history of art, Theedom recreates classics using her attention to detail combined with a contemporary twist, relying on digital photography to produce her works. Alternatively, she also juxtaposes the old and new, merging imagery from the Renaissance era with that of real-life situations of the modern day. Using scale and enhancing colour and tone, she is able to dramatise the atmosphere of each work, making the viewer feel enveloped by the piece. Heidi Rose Sharp, Artist & Writer.

 

Theedom embraces the act of appropriation with major influence from the poignant Pablo Picasso quote, 'Good artists copy, Great artists steal'. Exploring the history of art, Theedom recreates classics using her attention to detail combined with a contemporary twist, relying on digital photography to produce her works. Alternatively, she also juxtaposes the old and new, merging imagery from the Renaissance era with that of real-life situations of the modern day. Using scale and enhancing colour and tone, she is able to dramatise the atmosphere of each work, making the viewer feel enveloped by the piece. Heidi Rose Sharp, Artist & Writer.

 
Portrait of Oliver Jerrold