sculptor, painter & prop maker
Based in Yorkshire, Emma is a neurodiverse artist specialising in sculpture, painting and installation. Working collaboratively and solo to fabricate socially engaged projects, her practice is motivated by curiosity, playfulness and creativity.
I am always interested in hearing about new projects.
Please get in touch for collaborations, commissions or to discuss potential ideas at any stage of development.
“People have a real love of looking at small worlds – something inside them is innately attracted to that ‘miniature’ realm.” ~ John Lasseter As part of the 27th issue of the Haus a rest’s zine ‘All Things Tiny’, I am a featured artist exhibiting one of my sculptures which explores micro and macrocosmic worlds […]
Commissioned for the series of events taking place in Sowerby Bridge over the Jubilee celebrations weekend, this sculpture was a response to the brief ‘Future Heritages’. As a response to the waterways and canal infrastructures that wind through the towns of West Yorkshire, the form was created based on the way communities have been connected […]
Synesthetica – The Diary of a Synesthete Having Synesthesia, I anthropomorphise most things that don’t already have a personality. Be it numbers, days of the week, plants or rocks, it is a natural reaction for them to have a character and backstory. Perhaps as a way for my mind to make sense of its surroundings, […]