Emma has been a major contributor to the Great Yorkshire Show, the country’s largest agricultural show, for the last couple of years.
Her powder-coated, galvanised steel portrait of the famous Craven Heifer was a highlight of the 160 th show in 2018, while 2019 marked another anniversary for the Showground – the 10th birthday of Fodder, its excellent farm shop and café. That was marked by Emma’s Fodder 10 Hen, which now resides in the Fodder garden, officially opened by popular TV presenter Julia Bradbury in the autumn of 2019.
The outdoorsy star was headline guest at the Yorkshire Agricultural Society’s flagship autumn event Countryside Live at the Great Yorkshire Showground. The garden, outside Fodder, includes a trove of Emma’s pieces, including hen and a busy scene of vegetables, rabbits and other garden inhabitants.
Emma says: “The garden celebrates the wonderful produce to be found in Fodder – I had a great set of subjects to work on, and I’m thrilled with the final result. I hope visitors to the Great Yorkshire Showground and Fodder will enjoy them!”
Find out more about the Great Yorkshire Show here: www.greatyorkshireshow.co.uk