Emma’s sculpture appeals to the senses; her work explores human experience: from how we feel to how we move, to how we deal with everyday life and the choices we make.

A great opening night with Capoeira performance

The opening night of my Art of Acrobatics exhibition was lovely event: it was so nice to see people enjoying my new prints and drawings alongside my sculptures in the beautiful Hours-space gallery.   The capoeira performance beautifully gave life and context to the artwork, as the performers created the shapes and… Read More

Solo exhibition in Bristol

Looking forward to my first solo show in Bristol this June.  There will be mixture of sculptures, prints and drawings exploring acrobatics and movement.  Details can be found here. Exhibition is at Hours space, Colston Yard, Bristol.

New Gallery

Emma has taken on a new gallery this month, as her work travels north, to the Scottish town of Dundee.   The gallery called is Eduardo Alessandro Studios and Emma looks forward to the new exposure and working with the gallery in the picturesque setting of Broughty Ferry.  

Affordable Art Fairs 2018

It is a pleasure to be represented by the ArtSalon Gallery at various Affordable Art Fairs this year; they will be taking my work around the world.  The fairs include: London, Battersea.  8th-11th March 2018. London, Hampstead Heath. 10th-13th May 2018 Hong Kong, 18th-20th May, 2018 Singapore, 16th-18th November. 2018.

Christmas Art Fair at our studio

For first time this year, we will be opening up doors to our studio to show you what we have been making. There will be a range of work to view buy and commission direct from in house artists and designers; including jewellery, ceramics, textiles and obviously sculpture… Read More

First public sculpture installed

So my first outdoor, public, bronze sculpture has been installed in Henleaze, North Bristol and was ceremoniously, unveiled with red silk(!) at the opening ceremony last week.  The sculpture is a commission from Churchill Retirement Homes, and the local community asked for something in relation to Amelia Edwards,… Read More

start of something new

Recently I have been developing a new work around the theme of movement.     I’m using my time at Heatherleys art school to develop some ideas inspired my passion for Capoeira and power of human body.  I have been looking at Edwards Muybridge’s photos of figure in motion to… Read More

Why books

As you will have noticed, several of my sculptures involve books and you may be wondering why…. My interest in books is more than a physical one: they are source of imagination and wealth of knowledge; a record of what humanity has achieved and to me therefore very… Read More

New gallery at Hay-on-Wye

Last week I devlivered some  sculptures to the Lion Street Gallery in Hay-on-Wye for the Hay festival (2 of the pieces sold so have to make some new editions already!).  It is a lovely gallery, owned by a lovely man, in a very intresting little town; I couldn’t… Read More

Studies at Heatherley’s art school

Since September 2014 I have been travelling to London every week to study sculpture at . The course has been fantastic giving me opportunity to study even more the figure from life with fantastic models and helpful tutors.  I have also been learning new skills in metal working… Read More