Emma Hack is unquestionably one of SA’s most respected artists, and we can’t believe it’s been 30 years since she became one of the pioneers of the art of body painting.
To celebrate, she’s created the opportunity for everyone to own a piece of Emma Hack art. It also happens to be the most perfect winter day or ISO activity – a 1000 piece jigsaw created from her iconic “Royal Hanging Garden” artwork.
This divine artwork embraces femininity with Emma’s muse immersed within layers of live flora and surrounded by butterflies. It typifies her acclaimed body paint camouflage technique though which she combines a painting on canvas with body painting and studio-based photography.
The original “Royal Hanging Garden” piece involved an incredible 15-hour body paint application with the installation adorned with butterflies then photographed for the final result.
Emma’s amazing repertoire includes her famous collaboration with Grammy winner Gotye for ‘Somebody That I Used to Know” – a clip that’s been viewed over a billion people worldwide and which raised her profile considerably in Europe, the UK and US.
She’s also worked on major commissioned pieces by luxury brands and the international artistic community whilst locally her ‘Madam Hanoi’ portrait adorning the wall of the restaurant of the same name remains at 8m high, the largest body art mural in the world.
Emma opened her own flagship gallery and studio in North Adelaide a few years ago and is represented in galleries throughout Australia, Singapore, and London whilst her work is held in a number of private and corporate collections globally.
So, to own your own piece of Emma Hack art and her first ever 1000 piece puzzle for $89 plus p/h, head to https://www.emmahackgallery.com/products/puzzle_royal_hanging_garden and to see more about Emma visit www.emmahackgallery.com