Emma Coyle

Coyle has been working within art for nearly 20 years and been based in London since 2006. She has exhibited in numerous galleries and art fairs throughout the city, including a solo show in Mayfair and exhibiting in the prestigious Mall Galleries.

Her work has appeared in The Times Sunday STYLE supplement, and on the cover of Level 25 art journal in Arizona America and Kapa magazine - the Sunday magazine of Greece's most prestigious newspaper, Kathimerini. Coyle’ work was selected by Los Angeles curator Bridget Carron for her collection Power Pop on Saatchi’ online gallery in 2014.
Coyle' work has also featured in the Mayfair Times February 2015 and in the August 2015 edition of Avari art magazine in Washington America. More recently the 'Linear Abstraction', ‘The Existence’ and the 'Untitled' series have featured in the German based contemporary art magazine Visions Libres {March 2016} and on the cover of London's Litro magazine {April 2016}.

Earlier in her career in Ireland Coyle exhibited in the Tramyard Gallery, the Oisin Gallery, exhibited for the Irish National Portrait exhibition in 2005, and exhibited for charities in the Royal Hibernian Academy and Adam’s Fine Art auctioneers. Just before moving to London Coyle had solo exhibitions in the Signal Art Centre in Co. Wicklow and the Bank of Ireland’s art centre in Dublin, and was described as ‘one of the city’s most promising new artist’ {Metro Life newspaper- January 2006}, and a ‘rising young artist’ {Irish Independent- May 2006}.

While exhibiting in London, Coyle has expanded her audience by exhibiting in Los Angeles, and in several galleries in New York City, where her work has been positively received. She has also exhibited in NYC charity events alongside artists such as Jeff Koons, Yoko Ono, Ed Ruscha, Kiki Smith and renowned composer Philip Glass. Coyle is represented in London by Degree Art, The Stowaway Gallery and The Marylebone Gallery.

Coyle' current work embodies 1st generation American Pop art qualities of the 1950's while focusing on contemporary imagery. Her focus is to produce accomplished paintings of a Fine Art standard within the process and execution of ideas. She is also working on an ongoing abstract project which commenced in 2002.

http://www.degreeart.com/artists/emma-coyle
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Portfolio:

Marylebone Cover Girl Series

Marylebone C.G is part of a sold out series of paintings on canvas inspired by the high end fashions of London's Marylebone area.

Marylebone Cover Girl 5# “Marylebone Cover Girl 5#”

Part of the acclaimed Sold Out Marylebone C.G series.

Marylebone Cover Girl 9# “Marylebone Cover Girl 9#”

Part of the Marylebone Cover Girl series of paintings, Acrylic on canvas.

Untitled Series

Untitled series is a large series of paintings inspired by contemporary fashion photography and advertisements. The paintings are acrylic on board and finished to the highest standard. They are currently available through London's prestigious Degree Art gallery http://www.degreeart.com/artists/emma-coyle

Untitled 10# “Untitled 10#”

Available through London's Degree Art gallery http://www.degreeart.com/artists/emma-coyle This painting is acrylic on board, 30x40inches.

Untitled 8# “Untitled 8#”

Available through London's Degree Art gallery http://www.degreeart.com/artists/emma-coyle This painting is acrylic on board, 30x40inches.

Untitled 1# “Untitled 1#”

Available through London's Degree Art gallery http://www.degreeart.com/artists/emma-coyle This painting is acrylic on board, 30x40inches.

Untitled 9# “Untitled 9#”

Available through London's Degree Art gallery http://www.degreeart.com/artists/emma-coyle This painting is acrylic on board, 30x40inches.

Tease Series

A series of framed painting, acrylic on canvas. Available through London's Degree Art gallery http://www.degreeart.com/artists/emma-coyle

Tease 18# “Tease 18#”

This painting is framed acrylic on canvas and the 2nd last available painting of the series. Available through London's Degree Art gallery http://www.degreeart.com/artists/emma-coyle This painting is acrylic on board, 30x40inches.

12.16

12.16 series embodies 1950's American Pop art and focuses on contemporary images. Each painting is bold and striking in both colour and composition.
[acrylic on canvas, 46x60inches 2017]