Jana Emburey is a visual artist working across a wide range of media. Her body of work includes paintings, drawings, printmaking, sculpture and installation. The work often explores the concept of time perception, memory and inter-connectivity.
Jana Emburey is originally from Slovakia, born in 1979. She completed her BA Hon (1st Class) in Visual Art at North Glasgow College in June 2012. Immediately after her studies, she moved to Caithness where she took on a position of gallery co-ordinator at the St Fergus Gallery, Wick. Jana also worked as an exhibition programmer at the Lyth Arts Centre for the 2014 season, after exhibiting there herself the previous year.
Jana has been showing work nationally and internationally for a number of years. Most recently in the RSA Open 2016 in Edinburgh, Art Rooms with art dealers Ione and Mann, Knightsbridge, London, with the Society of Scottish Artists in Rosalux Gallery, Minneapolis in The Cut of Your Jib exhibition and at the Art Stage in Singapore.
Her work is in many private and corporate collections, including Stirling University and Austrian Investkredit Bank (part of Volksbank AG).