Emily Young is acclaimed as ‘Britain’s greatest living stone sculptor’ – FT, 2013.
‘Her sculptures meditate on time, nature, memory, man’s relationship to the the Earth’ – FT
‘Young brings the human project of meaning into conjunction with geological time’ – R Trew
‘Her sculptures are collected and displayed around the world, but as a passionate conservationist she also takes her work on to the front line of environmental activism; using sculptures to protect green spaces and take on gangs fishing illegally off the coast of Italy.’ – BBC 2021
Young’s work is in important public and private collections throughout the world.
She has exhibited at many prestigious museums including: The Getty, California; The Imperial War Museum, London; The Whitworth, Manchester; The Meijer Sculpture Gardens, Grand Rapids, and in 2018, The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Emily Young currently divides her time between studios in London and Italy.