As a child, Emily Isabella wandered her family’s Wisconsin prairie, pressing Queen Anne’s Lace flowers against her cheeks, pretending they were powder brushes. Her work reflects this idealism and serves as a reminder to continue to tap into our imaginations to remember the child we still are. Her work varies from book illustration to fabric design to wallpaper design and everything in between. Emily Isabella now works from her home studio in the Hudson Valley, New York just north of NYC. She shares her space with her husband, Paul Isabella, who is a furniture designer and their cat, Omelette, who is very bad.