californian craftsman Isabel Emrich paints amazing delineations of ladies submerged in water. Each beautiful oil painting catches snapshots of serenity beneath the water’s surface, as the craftsman’s subjects drift reflectively, respecting the moving daylight from above. The craftsman uncovers, “My submerged accumulation is roused by investigating the impressions of serenity and smoothness, joined with the vitality from the development of the waves you feel when submerged.”
Emrich depicts her work as “an Expressionistic style that straddles both reflection and figuration.” Inspired by crafted by Expressionism pioneers, for example, Van Gogh, her submerged sketches are rendered with a plenitude of vivacious brush strokes in a lively shading palette. These layers of paint reverberation the liquid idea of water itself, catching the shimmering light and swells that reflect from the surface and enlighten the subjects’ skin.