Emma is open to commission enquiries, for both inside and outside display.  She has experience working with various clients to realise their ideas; “I enjoy the collaborative journey of designing a unique piece of art tailored to the client’s setting and wishes.  I also welcome the new ideas generated from these experiences.”    Feel free to get in touch to discuss your ideas, however specific or vague they may be.

Through the Years

Bronze resin, marble resin, Oak veneered panel

Commissioned by client, who already owns several of Emma’s sculptures, to celebrate 40years of marriage and 60years of life!

Testimonial: “Commissioning Emma was a great process for me: from initial ideas and sketches, meetings, extensive communication, deciding the title, seeing first models to the finished article; just seeing and experiencing the team effort resulting in ‘Through the Years’ was so satisfying.” 


Ready Daphne

Bronze resin, valverde stone

‘Ready, Daphne’, commissioned by private collector for her husband’s 70th birthday.

Testimonial: “We really enjoyed being involved in the emergence of our bespoke sculpture. Emma was pleasant and very easy to deal with. She visited our garden with a life-size drawing to give us an idea of how the finished work would fit in our chosen position, and she came to install the completed sculpture.  My husband is very pleased, as am I, with the finished result; now named ‘Daphne’, a Naiad (water nymph).   

We are so happy with her “

Pendulum – gymnast

Bronze, marble

Pendulum’ commissioned by an ex-gymnast for their home.

This piece was designed for a client who wanted sculpture of a male gymnast doing parallel bars.  After much research and several drawings a pose was agreed upon, of a gymnast about to swing down and through the bars; the client liked the feeling of suspense, just before the swing.  Emma then designed an alternative shape to the parallel bars to accentuate the momentum of the figure. 

Amelia Edwards Tribute

Bronze, installed into stone wall

 Public Sculpture, commissioned by Churchill Retirement Living for Amelia Lodge, Henleaze, North Bristol.   

Emma was approached by Churchill retirement homes, to create a sculpture based on a Victorian author, Amelia Edwards, who lived and died in the local area.  She was a novelist, journalist, campaigner, traveller and egyptologist.   Emma designed a playful dedication to this impressive woman, using books as stepping stones, referencing her life as her traveller and writer.  Each book has engraved the Titles of her most known works.   There was an unveiling event with the current chairman of Egypt Exploration society, Aidan Dobson, in which all the residents and various locals  attended and were very enthusiastic with their new edition to the public space.

The sculpture can be seen from Henleaze road, at the pedestrian entrance to Amelia Lodge

‘Amelia Edwards tribute‘. Public Sculpture, commissioned by Churchill Retirement homes. Located Henleaze, North Bristol.

Bronze, installed into stone wall


Bronze resin, steel, granite

‘Majestic’ commissioned by a proud mother of a professional aerialist.

The client told Emma that the main reason she commissioned her, was because she loves her attention to muscle tone.  They discussed various poses and finally went for this simple yet striking pose; the challenge was then working out how to suspend the figure in all her splendour. You may notice, the figure doesn’t have the typical, petit physique we regularly see in art, particularly sculptures of dancers; this figure’s stronger physique is representational of the client’s daughter as well as a celebration of strong, athletic women.