Treehouse Succulent, 24” x 36”

by Emily Randolph


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Acrylic/photography/resin/glass on wood panel.

One of Emily’s notable “dewdrops” works. The Treehouse Succulent was photographed in an unusual treehouse in Carmel-by-the-Sea. The house acted as a greenhouse and the plants inside thrived. This bunch captured Emily’s attention. The works is metallic photography paper on a painted wood panel with glass “dewdrops” covered in resin.

    Emily Randolph

    Emily Randolph

    Jewelry Mixed Media

    Greenville, SC, US

    Emily M. Randolph is a painter and photographer, as well as a jewelry and fine china designer who primarily portrays the beauty of water and water themes through material exploration and innovation. Her work is in private collections all over the world. Notably, she was commissioned for 250+ artworks ranging from traditional photography and paintings to an innovative photography-based water fountain for a resort community in Scottsdale, AZ


Deep wood panel with hanging wire for easy installation. Sides are painted and are glossy black.

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