“When there is nothing left for my heart to give, I draw. When my heart overflows, I paint.”
Emily Bisaga Dunne (E. Bisaga Dunne) is a fine artist practicing in Boston, Massachusetts. Her preferred mediums are Dutch vintage soft pastel, Italian acrylic, pen and ink and pencil. Her work has been featured locally in Boston City Hall, on the cover of the Boston Herald and at the Rhode Island School of Design. Emily studied under Ellen McGill and Lana Jackson in Boston and Leroy White at RISD – all exceptional fine artists and great influences on her development.
Emily’s works are an intersection of symbolic expressions of the inner self and ethereal impressions of the contemporary environment. Emily’s fine art inspirations come from interpersonal connections, hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and travel to the American West, Europe and South America. Emily follows in the footsteps of Monet, Degas, Benson, Cezanne and Seurat.
Emily is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art and also a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Architecture, specializing in issues of two-dimensional design, color, light and painting. Emily also holds a Master of Architecture degree and a concentration in Real Estate Development from CUA and has worked at TK&A, MG2 and CBT Architects as an architectural designer and design technologist. View all work by this artist
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