About Emma Elliott
Emma Elliott is a British artist whose central concerns are the incongruous aspects of humanity. In her work she explores the relationships between the refined and the primitive, the physical and the spiritual, the influences of our pre-human past on present-day behaviour.
Emma was classically trained in painting and figurative sculpting both in the UK and Florence. Her excellence in craftsmanship and technique is matched by a fearless questioning of ideologies, religion, ancient and modern society – the universe.
Emma’s work is held in a number of private collections, including No. 10 Downing Street, Alexander Soros and the McAlpine family. Most recent awards include Winter Pride 2014 and Passion for Freedom 2015.