Sacred Print by Emily Scott

Emily Scott

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Emily Scott
Paper print - 1" white border
14”h x 11’w
Limited edition of 11, signed by the artist

Sacred is a collection of work born of a return to the Self; a return to source, the roots of our existence. We cannot take these sacred places for granted. We are of the earth; WE need the earth to survive…we are nature. Sacred places such as these are what is true, what is natural, what should be protected and valued.
The Sacred collection is meant to take you inside yourself, to a place you might not go often enough. The place where you can find stillness and truth, silence alongside the echo of your knowing.Honoring the sacred lands of Antelope Canyon in the Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park.

These signed, limited edition fine art prints use museum quality inks with a permanence rating of up to 200 years. Your print will arrive flat, unmatted and unframed, ready for your personal finishing touch!

The archival paper is Breathing Color Optica One:
Matte finish, textured surface with no glare
Paper weight of 300gsm
Bright white, with hand cut edges

Get to Know the Austin Artist:
Emily Scott is a project manager and Salesforce enthusiast by day and an award-winning self-taught artist by night. Born and raised in the Kootenai Valley in northwest Montana, she headed to Seattle for college and grad school before spending several years overseas interning, volunteering  within Peace Corps, traveling, eating, and seeking epic nature, all the while growing her art business. Nineteen years later, she is back in the US making art inspired by the natural wonders from her travels and surroundings, creating works that emanate the constant soothing-yet-powerful energy of our universe.

Emily is passionate about empowering women to step into their true Selves, to love themselves, and to take control of their own personal uprising, whatever that may look like.

Emily has received multiple art awards, and has had her work featured at Kew Royal Botanical Gardens, VIDA, Minted and The Unity Closet as well as on several blogs including Desert Hue, Arts Business Institute, Inner Moonlight Designs and Women in Art 278. Her work was also featured on DIY SOS: the big build on the BBC and lives in private collections all over the world. Emily wishes to remind viewers of her art of the connection that we all have to the earth and to all elements of the universe.



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