December 2017
I'm delighted and humbled that I've been chosen to complete a special artwork for East Suffolk House, the new premises of Suffolk Coastal District Council. It will be the largest piece I have ever worked upon and will be inspired by the River Deben close to the building - the everchanging light ,water, mud, sky, birds and boatyards. The piece is due to be unveiled April 2018.



I will be exhibiting at the Alde Valley Spring Festival on Sat 18th April - Sunday 17th May 2015 and with it I have been awarded The 2015 Fidelity Cranbrook Residency Award for Painting. This included a ten day residency on a beautiful, remote farm in Cumbria. You can see images from this trip on my instagram page by clicking here


In spring 2014 I was invited to to come and see the apple blossom in bloom at the Aspalls Orchard, Suffolk. The apple trees are beautifully gnarled and twisted and dotted with lichens and the pink-tinged blossom - this was such a treat for me! You can see my subsequent paintings inspired by the Aspall blossom at Thompson's Annual Exhibition in London in September, and at the 16th annual Polstead Exhibition on the Suffolk Border over the latter August bank holiday. Please see my Exhibitions page for full details.


One of my paintings was featured in the February 2013 issue of Vogue magazine. Click the article on the right for a larger version.


On April 12th 2012 the crew from BBC Countryfile visited Snape Maltings and filmed Emma (inbetween the wild April showers, wind and thunder...) out in the beautiful reedbeds with presenter Ellie Harrison.

The programme aired on Sunday 29th April on BBC1 at 6.45pm.

Emma Green BBC Countryfile

Start watching from around 5 minutes: