Emily Dingmann is a Houston, Texas based visual artist whose work has been
exhibited in Sawyer Yards, Momentum, Winter Street Gallery, the Yancey
Richardson Gallery and throughout Texas. Emily Dingmann’s work is in international
private collections and public collections such as Ellison Heights and Regent
Square in Houston, Texas. Dingmann has been featured in Glasstire, Essential’s
Magazine and PaperCity Magazine and has participated in international art fairs
including the Matsudo Science & Arts Festival, Tokyo, Japan.
Emily Dingmann graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York, NY with a
BFA and was part of the Mentorship program with the Yancey Richardson Gallery,
NY. Dingmann was a council member of Sawyer Yards and the curator at Winter
Street Studios. Dingmann was also the Marketing Director for Sawyer Yards and the
Art Director for Motel 45 Art Space in Houston. Emily Dingmann currently has a
studio in Winter Street Studios.
“My paintings are abstractions of personal narratives. I set out to create emotionally
immersive painting passages taking the viewer on a visual journey through my
compositions. One example is how I contrast large graphic elements with small, detailed
collage sections which can be discovered and explored over time.
Collaged images and found objects ground the work and further a connection to nature,
our shared source. The occasional literal references like a clock, building or face adds
touch points of shared realities bonding us together through universal themes.”