Emma Gibbons

Emma Gibbons was born into a family of Cornish pirates and smugglers, her family history means that she developed a taste for treasures and misdemeanours from a young age. Emma has had an interesting career, she worked for Damien Hirst for 7 years and worked during the infamous ‘For The Love Of God’ diamond encrusted skull unveiling, she also worked as a painter for the Chapman Brothers on their installation work ‘Fucking Hell’ which consists of thousands of painted miniatures- in her own work Emma creates artwork out of miniature hand-crafted components, often including curious and occasionally contraband materials. Emma’s work has been wildly exhibited, taking part in international shows, she has also had artwork published in magazines and newspapers such as Time Out and The Guardian. Emma now has collectors all over the world, including Margot Robbie, Zoe Ball and Dawn French.

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