Emily Lupita’s newest artwork series is a meditation on her childhood growing up surrounded by nature in rural Iowa. She completed twenty paintings and used them to create her newest book, A Childhood in Nature. Emily Lupita received a BeWildReWild Community Artist Grant as generous support of this project.
Emily Lupita’s new book is now available for order in her Art Shop.
"I paint as a way of finding myself in the world." - Amy Sherald
Artist Emily Lupita’s unique style is a combination of traditional aspects of her Mexican heritage and her rural Iowa roots.
She also includes influences from her many years living abroad in diverse locations such as Turkey, Ecuador, Japan, and Wales.
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"I paint my own reality." -Frida Kahlo
Emily Lupita is an artist and author. She paints, writes, and illustrates books, plus designs jewelry & surface patterns from her unique, brightly-colored artwork.
Emily Lupita received her Master of Fine Arts from Iowa State University and Bachelor of Arts Degree from Central College. She works out of her small art studio in Dunwoody, Georgia.
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unique & colorful
expressions of joy