Dustin Emory (b. 1999) is a visual artist with a practice primarily consisting of painting. His work largely explores the human response to confinement through a black and white lens. Using unconventional angles and surrealist lighting while also sticking to a strict palette, Emory explores how limitations can create a boundless arena.
Emory is a self taught artist. He has exhibited nationally and internationally with Solo shows in Miami and London, as well as group exhibitions in New York and Paris.
1. Laundry Day, 2022, oil acrylic and pumice stone on canvas, 72 x 60 inches
2. One Man Show, 2022, oil, acrylic and pumice stone on canvas, 72 x 96 inches
3. The Days Before Remembering, 2022, oil, acrylic and pumice stone on canvas, 72 x 72 inches2023