She dreamed impossible dreams
Followed her heart and Created a fairy tale


Emma Jane is a professional sculptor who works with wire to create magical sculptures for private gardens and public spaces. Emma Jane creates personalized sculptured art for your garden which lasts a lifetime. Any form imaginable is possible.


Emma Jane's 20 years experience in designing has spanned interior, garden and fashion design. Born in Kitwe in Zambia Emma spent her childhood traveling the world, and choose Oxfordshire to attend art college. Emma studied fashion design and marketing in the University of Northumbria where she gained a First Class Honours Degree and won an award for her designs from the Royal Academy of Art in London.

After graduating Emma worked in fashion traveling in locations from Paris to Hong Kong eventually landing in Ireland to design the Gold Range of ladies occasion wear for Michael H, winning Brand of the Year in 2005. In 2006 Emma started her own interior design company and developed a range of 100% natural clay paints. It was Emma’s passion for gardening and nature that took her outside. In 2009 she started her creative venture that was to swap her sewing machine for a workroom with wire, soldering tools and heavy tools…developing her wonderful collection of garden sculptures that are known and loved today. Emma has shown in Bloom many times, featured in magazines and also was a finalist in Super Garden 2014 produced by RTE.



I’m the very fortunate person who received the stunning wire horse sculpture as a gift. I totally love it and I’ll look after it and mind it always. Many blessings and gratitude. (Derval)

Mr Hare has arrived and as I write this letter is sitting in the garden with much curiosity to the Dog and Cat. (Elizabeth)

I returned from Cornwall to find my hares had arrived. They are simply wonderful and far exceed what I'd envisaged. (Bev)



finalist in RTE Super Garden 2014

The Greystones Guide: Queen of the Fairies

Irish Examine: Like a Bird on a Wire


This video shows the development process of building a wire sculptured, this piece took thirty hours and found it’s forever home in the UK as a memorial for a loved one.