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  • Midwife I & II
    2017

    sold

  • Runner
    135 x 56 x 35cm
    glass, 2017
    price on request

  • Chaser
    2017

    sold

  • Arm
    2017, 23 x 107 x 41cm
    price on request

  • Hand Bell
    2017
    56 x Ø 22cm
    price on request

  • Sectioned
    2017, 48.5 x 22.5 x 29cm
    glass
    price on request

  • Phantom
    2017
    41.5 x 31 x 60cm
    price on request

  • Glass Figure on Bended Knee
    2015
    sold

  • Glass Flame Figure
    2014

    sold

  • Glass Figure Standing
    2014
    sold

  • Hammer
    2014
    fibreglass and glass
    price on request

  • Figure on Top of Stairs
    2014
    wood, plastic and fibreglass
    price on request

  • Ding Dong
    2014
    fibreglass and plastic
    price on request

  • Tight Rope
    2014
    mixed media
    price on request

  • Elephant Revenge I
    2012
    bronze
    price on request

  • Transformer
    2012
    jesmonite
    price on request

  • Lunge
    2012
    jesmonite and resin

    sold

  • Elephant Revenge II
    2012
    bronze
    price on request

  • Meltdown
    2011
    glass
    sold

  • Windpipe
    2011
    glass and mixed media
    sold

  • I Never Really Knew Her
    2010
    glass and mirror

    sold

  • I Call Her, Mother
    2010
    mixed media

    sold

  • Crystal Inside Cardboard Box V2
    2009
    41 x 44.5 x 21cm
    mixed media
    price on request

  • Ball and Socket
    1994
    glass

    price on request
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Emma Woffenden

Emma Woffenden studied at West Surrey College of Art and Design and The Royal College of Art. She employs a full range of complex glass and mixed media techniques to make works that explore the power of myth and archetypes. The influences of social structures and the dynamics of power relations on the individual imbue her sculpture with a palpable sense of internal conflict. Woffenden’s uncanny forms trespass upon the viewer’s imagination, casting an oblique light on the human condition.

Widely recognised as one of Britain's leading glass artists, her work is included in a number of international public collections, including the Victoria & Albert Museum, Wellcome Trust and the Crafts Council, London and Ernsting Glass Museum, Germany. Her award-winning designs for Transglass can be found in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. She was appointed North Lands Creative Glass Artistic Director in October 2013.

Please contact the gallery to request further information

emmawoffenden.com