Oct 24 2013
Emily Ozier, or EMYO as most of you know her by, has truly become a local and regional favorite over the years.
With her unique and identifiable scenes, EMYO continues to wow us with her artistic creations.
From elements of nature to recognizable locales visited during her travels, she always finds the perfect way to create an unforgettable masterpiece.
Emily studied in Italy with an impressionist master, focusing on a method passed down from the impressionist painter John Singer Sargent. The daughter of a Cuban American, Emily's expressive style and bold strokes may find their origins in her Spanish roots.
Emily Ozier With Her Beautiful Children / Photography by Allison Rodgers
Not only is Emily Ozier a very talented artist, but she is a wonderful mother. Emily and her husband John reside on a five acre farm in Germantown, TN with their six children. Emily is very passionate;about children's education. She teachers her children at home using a classical education model with much emphasis on Literature and the Arts.
Emily has stated that if you step into their home, you might find violins being played, The Secret Garden being read aloud, the Greek Olympics being acted out, and of course, paintings being created by all members of the family. Wouldn't you love to be a fly on the wall?
We hope you will join us on Saturday, October 26 and meet Emily as she shares her personal experiences and visions behind her works. Bring the Greenline straight to your door with Emily's colorful new collection. Inspired by adventures along Shelby County's lush greenways, her new series is a reminder to take a moment to soak up the scenery, naturally.
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