Emmy Marshall is a self- taught abstract painter from Atlanta, GA. At the age of six his father asked him what he wanted to be while leaving Toys R Us and he quickly responded that he wanted to be an “artist”.


Emmy’s creative process is organic and spontaneous. He uses unconventional tools to paint with. Examples include thread, shoes,
tablemats, and the list go on.


What emerges is an integral language that is both emotional and personal. The unique human experience of color is what inspires him as an artist.


The need to express himself without words and knowing that creativity is a never-ending journey inspires him to produce more material. Emmy enjoys the freedom of creating abstract. Emmy states “I have infinite possibilities,
there are no rules I simply make my own”. He is interested in self-love, change, growth, and personal perception. The opportunities for an artist are endless. You will notice that a lot of his work evokes inspirational messages. He believes that art brings together people from all walks of life, so why not inspire them.


In 2020 Emmy’s work was featured in the UNICEF Next Generations Atlanta Art Party. The event raised $82,000 to bring clean safe water to Guinea. Emmy’s work has been featured in Atlanta City Hall for a group show in Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms chamber. Q- Magazine also featured him on the cover of their magazine in 2019. In 2021, he a two a successful artist Pop-Ups at West Elm in downtown Atlanta. He is currently working on a new collection and a photobook.

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