Central Holler Arts Refuge is a community of artists and sculptors working in metal, wood, glass, and stone in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains in Tennessee Emma Levitz is an emerging artist from Southern Vermont, currently based out of Crawford, TN. She has a BFA in 3D Fine Arts/Sculpture from Massachusetts College of Art & Design ('16) and works primarily in metal and stone. She is interested in the presence of the human body in her sculptures, whether it be in figurative nature or related to architecture, objects, or furniture created specifically for human use. She is interested in physical processes of making and the body's role in the creation of the work; some of these processes include stone carving, foundry work and metal fabrication, and mold-making off of the body. She uses these physical expressions to explore concepts of abstract form, surrealism, feminism, materiality, relationships, and psychology.