Chloë Feldman Emison

1. Birdwoman, VIII (Blue)



Chloë Feldman Emison has shown her drawings and animations widely in the United States and Europe, while working also as an illustrator. She studied fine art at Williams College and at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford University, and animation at Forkbeard Fantasy in Devon. She was a visiting artist at Wasps Studios in Glasgow, and completed residencies at the Contemporary Artists Center in Woodside, N.Y., at The Old School Art House in Iceland,  at the Vermont Studio Center, and at Can Serrat, near Barcelona. In 2013 she taught animation at the Eagle Hill School in Hardwick, Massachusetts. She was named an IEAA laureate in the 4th International Emerging Artist Award, the exhibition for which was held in Brussels (May-July, 2016).
She has collaborated with the Elements Contemporary Ballet company in Chicago on visualizing a new ballet about Atlantis and has designed numerous can labels for Lamplighter Brewing Company in Cambridge, as well as murals and merchandise items. Her illustrations have appeared in various literary magazines and she has been featured in the 10th International Drawing Annual, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati.  The artist grew up in Lee, New Hampshire and currently is staying in Dublin.


Estelle Clarke

Dragon’s Dream


Two dragons cavort,


their wings have an unlikely beauty,

smudged with blood

spilled from celestial bodies.


She stretches her length,


through the coloured universe,

displaying the glaze on her belly scales.


He sings from the earth.

Notes of yearning

raise her quickening heart.


She closes her seductive eyes

behind streamlined lashes,

swishes her tail coquettishly.

Lightening shoots from its spade,

glances off mass of purple, blue and gold,

forks through space,

strikes the orange armour of her mate.



he joins her in heavenly flight.

They burn through the night,

shooting stars

of dragon fire,


aflame with love.



Estelle is an emerging writer and performance poet. The Hansard Gallery, Southampton invited Estelle to perform her work at “Poetry @ JHG: Resist”. She won the Hammer and Tongue Solent Poetry Slam (April) and a competition to be performed on the Salisbury Fringe. Her poetry is published in the International Times.