Emma has been creating mosaics for 22 years, initially furniture, trays and portraits, then murals of flora and fauna. Now she specialises in wildlife, giving a small platform through the art form to critically endangered species, focusing on the IUCN Red List. Emma is largely self taught but a series of brilliant Mosaic courses with Martin Cheek and Oliver Budd provided an understanding of technique, styles and application. In addition to exhibitions and commissions, abelmosaics workshops take place weekly. Emma's work is in print with exhibits around the UK including the National Geographic Society. In 2019 her mosaic "Axolotyl" was part of a national art exhibition run by conservation charity Explorers Against Extinction. Her work has sold to Mountaineers and renowned Conservation Explorers. Follow @abelmosaics on Instagram