Emily Engel


Art is merely a difference of perception. Whether or not it has meaning is entirely subjective according to the viewer—The artist has little to do with its interpretation.

My name is Emily, and I am an artist, working with Pencil, Charcoal, Acrylic, Oil, Watercolour, Tattoo, and Pointillism. I have created portraits and landscapes, both realistic and abstract. I have created honesty and surreality, highly detailed and highly emotional works. I change things up frequently, as that is the art of my life.

I have no formal, paid education in art, but instead have learned over the course of my entire lifetime, absorbing information from others online and in person. As an adult, I also explored Tattooing, specializing mostly in black and grey work and focusing more on realism, as well as some traditional and floral work.

I currently spend most of my artistic time on Pointillisms, finely detailed images using only tiny dots of ink, sometimes coloured and sometimes just black.

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