15 - 22 November 2015 Emma Herman-Smith was an innovative Scottish artist, with a philosophical outlook on life and the natural world in particular. She left behind a body of sculpture, drawings, prints, fabrics and collaborative projects when she tragically died in mid-career after a long battle with cancer. In honour of Emma’s powerful spirit and energy, friends of the artist have curated a retrospective exhibition of her most important work of the last decade.
This exhibition will feature bronze sculptures, from the artist’s collection and on loan from private collectors. The exhibition will include original framed drawings, limited edition prints and Emma’s famous “viral hankies”, all of which will be for sale.
Sunday 15 November 2015, 2.00pm– 5.30pm
Monday 16th November – Friday 20th November 2015, 12.00noon - 6.00pm
Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd November 2015, 1.30pm – 5.30pm where there will be a ‘Finissage’ : works not included in the Exhibition but available for purchase at modest prices and intended to raise funds for the John Muir Trust and Maggie’s.