Good abstract art is hard to find, you have to sift through a lot of young artists who think abstract art is "easier" in order to find a gem like Emily Kapulis. Her eye for color and pattern has been celebrated by Portland's art scene for years, and now you too can support her masterful use of ink and watercolor.



  • H 10" x W 8"
  • Printed on 100% cotton archival paper

"Chicago" by Emily Kepulis


    INSTA: @emilykepulis


    Emily Kepulis is a painter living in Portland, Oregon. She graduated from Portland State University in 2015 with a BA in drawing, painting, and printmaking. With a background and avid interest in both the visual arts and creative writing, her work is influenced by the interaction between these two mediums and their ability to create illimitable meaning.

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