UK Artist, Emma Biggs' work is represented in public and private collections and in museums. She has made architectural mosaic for clients across the world including Westminster Cathedral, Buraimi Mosque in Oman, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, the Cabinet War Office, the US Embassy in London, banking institutions, the world of commerce and retail, homes of celebrities, governmental officials and more. She set up the influential company Mosaic Workshop in 1987, which went on to be the UK's most thriving studio. She has been working solo since 2006.
Emma has received awards for public art projects in Sheffield and Gosport. Her large scale temporary installation in York called “Five Sisters” and the ‘Made in England’ project for the Potteries Museum in Stoke-on-Trent have been well documented and acclaimed. Author of four books on mosaic, lecturer, keynote speaker, Senior Tutor at West Dean College and teacher at numerous Art Colleges across England for the past 20 years, Emma is an authority on mosaic art.
In addition to mosaic, she and her partner Matthew Collings, are award winning painters exhibiting work in London, New York, Prague, Liverpool and Fort Worth.