is one of the most sought after and highly collectable artists working in Britain today, exhibiting worldwide including the prestigious Victoria & Albert Museum Prize, Stricoff Fine Art N.Y., Lineart –Ghent, Cork Street London, Royal Academy of Art, The Saatchi Gallery, Chicago and New York, Art Paris at the Grande Palais Paris and Singapore.
Emma has exhibited and lectured at The Prestigious Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge University. Held in several major collections, which include National Museums & Galleries, Mark Carney, Ellen Degeneres, Keanu Reeves & Pele to name just a few.
She was awarded Woman of the Year Arts and Culture Liverpool and featured in the top 25 most influential woman in Liverpool 2018.
Art critic David Whiting believes her to be amongst the foremost ceramic sculptors working anywhere in the world.
“Rodgers arts gets straight to the core of her subject. She really inhabits the spirit of her creatures, just as they inhabit hers. It is about the flesh and bone beneath the skin, pulsing visceral forms that express the physicality and raw energy of the animal world nature at its most untamed.
The Diversity of Rodgers work has seen her designing and producing sculptures with Marvel films for the sets of Guardians of The Galaxy and Avengers Age of Ultron, and in 2017 Rodgers was commissioned by the family of Cilla Black to created a public art sculpture of “Cilla” which is now a permanent feature outside the famous Cavern Club, Liverpool. In the same year she had also designed and created the worlds largest Liverbird, standing at 11 metres high.
Follow Emma on Twitter: @emmarodgersart