Through her paintings and commissions, Pacific Northwest artist Emilia Kallock brings to life those things that matter most to people- making works that serve as spiritual guides and meditations on beauty.
“Painting is like journalism, or anecdotes on a seeker’s path. I’ve navigated through fear based patterns and returned to love, I’m returning to celebration. I record it. If I don’t, it feels I’m doing a great disservice to the universe.”
Her strong subjective work is informed by studying International Politics at the George Washington University, floral design, and from Bruce Lee’s philosophy, which values economy of expression and directness. Her Norwegian and Chilean roots also influence her aesthetic. She has painted publicly commissioned murals and regularly leads workshops.