Tipping the Balance

Exploring human nature, a bronze sculpture

Ready Daphne

Private commission for a garden sculpture

Lost & Found

Sculpture for your mantle piece


Acrobatic work in Bronze

Not Letting Go

Outdoor sculpture Iron or Bronze Resin

Mother & Baby

Small, intimate sculptures for your home

Emma Jean Kemp

I am a sculptor who loves the process of making and playing with new materials; my main love is the tactile nature of clay, which is my starting point.  The finished sculptures are then cast in predominantly Bronze-Resin and Bronze and mounted on various materials.

My work explores human experience: from how we feel, to how we move and the ways we deal with life.  I depict moments in our lives that shape or define us.  Sculpting people in these scenarios, helps me process my life experiences as well reflect on our humanity.  Take a look around to find out more about my sculptures, for both home and garden.


Cat Filter
Mother & Baby
Time Together
Turning Page
Little bronze book people
Pendulum – gymnast



Acrobatic Work


MomentOfFun.InSitu.Vanessa (2)
I absolutely LOVE it!
Vanessa Feranehough
March 2023
1.To&Fro InSitu KatyOH
We love our To & Fro Bookends. They sit on our bookcase proudly, sometimes I split them up onto different shelves.
Katy O'Hara
February 2023
Through the Years 4
I commissioned Emma to mark two life events, for my wife & myself. It was a great process: experiencing the team effort resulting in 'Through the Years' was so satisfying. The piece sits in our most used room where we can see it every day.
Bert Brinkley
September 2022
The sculpture has arrived & my husband is delighted. It’s safe arrival was certainly thanks to your generous wrapping.
Mary Freeman
May 2021
I love the way the climbers are created as a set of three, to show them climbing as a group. It gives so much depth to the design. Even specific thought has been put into the design of the slates, in way climbers are mounted and how the slates sit alongside each other. Brilliant!
Ruth Colville
March 2020
The diver sculpture looks fantastic by the pond and Edward is thrilled with her
Claire Bailey
Nov 2020