Emma was noted for her creative flouting of the conventional rules of abstract oil paintings and art deco perspective, as well as her fluid and innovative concept of modern art. Emma rely on color to communicate her joyful vision of bold pattern stripes, visionary shapes and striking textured ornament fine art.
Striking colors play a central role throughout her art painting career. She started painting in her early age and In her early works, she explored both Contemporary Art and Abstract art and (to master both composition and color) she created variations on the works of the her modern oil paintings, a practice she maintained for many years. In her colors and technique, Emma early work was influenced by famous painter artists, Monet, Cezanne and Picasso.
Travelling often with her art between her studios in West Hollywood and Montreal, Emma discovered the bright light of southern California and began using a much brighter palette. Also, she became familiar, through her flowers with a new series of original abstract paintings. As a result, Emma produced a great number or art paintings and exhibited in worldwide art
galleries to great acclaim.
Art lovers customers and critics admired her art style. After viewing Emma vividly colored paintings, they described her oil paintings as being the work of an original art concept and perfectly illustrates the Matisse famous comment: 'Seek the strongest color effect possible.. the content is of no importance.'