Emma Pegg has an MA in printmaking from Camberwell College of Art, specialising in etching. She creates staged situations onto her etching plates where one process can confront another. Most prints are printed off the paper leaving no margin. This allows for the print to sit as an object. She has researched using materials and tools such as steel and different welding techniques to engrave onto metal. Her work interplays elements of linear abstraction, surface textures, structures and spaces. Her interests involve exploring the links between visual abstraction and visual poetics.
Emma holds a PGCE (post compulsory) and has Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status.
Emma teaches printmaking and etching/photo-etching (all levels) all day Thursday and Thursday evening.