Solo Exhibitions

2017: Untitled show of Emma Scott-Smith at The Angora Gallery, New York, USA.


2015: Kate Downie and Emma Scott-Smith: Reflections of China, A two person show looking at both artists separate experiences of showing in China. Held in July at The Crush Hall, Pathfoot Building, The University of Stirling, Scotland.

2014: Winter Exhibition Work from Emma Scott-Smith's first solo exhibition 1997, The Makers Gallery, The Makers Village, Central Scotland.


2013: New work by Emma Scott-Smith, The Makers Gallery, The Makers Village, Central Scotland, 5th July - 26th September 2013.


2012-13: The Possibility of Something Other, The Chen Tang Zhaung Art and Technology Gallery, China. 15th December - 5th January 2013.

2012: Introducing International Artist Emma Scott-Smith, The Chen Tang Zhaung Art and Technology Gallery, China. 22nd June

         - 26th August 2012.

2011: Samples, Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, Artlink Central, Gallery One Space, Stirling, UK.

2010: Studio Exhibition, The Studio, Allan Park, Stirling, UK. 

 

2005: Useless Eaters, The Smith Art Gallery and Museum, Stirling, UK.

1999: Introducing Emma Scott-Smith, The Atholl Gallery, Dunkeld, UK.

1998: Untitled, West Highland Museum, Fort William, UK.

1998: Confined Optimism, The Cowane Centre, Stirling, UK.

1998: Emma Scott-Smith, The Members Corridor, View Forth, Stirling, UK.

1997: The Last Hope (Tour), The Speirs Centre Gallery, Alloa, UK.

1997: The Last Hope, The MacRobert Art Centre, University of Stirling, UK.

 

Changing Room, The Tollbooth Arts Centre, Stirling, UK.


Group Exhibitions

2012: Emma Scott-Smith Documentary: Inside out Project, The Edinburgh Film House.

2012: Inside Out Project; A Participatory Global Arts Project, L’Imprimerie, 11 Spring Street, New York, USA.

2011: Reflection; a Short Film, The Changing Room, The Tollbooth, Stirling, UK.

2010: Open Studios: Emma Scott-Smith, Stirling, Scotland.

2010: The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, Scotland.

2009: Installation in Art; a Small Collection, Islington, London.

2009: Open Studios: Emma Scott-Smith, Stirling, Scotland.

2009: The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, Scotland.

2004: WASPS Open Studio Weekend, WASPS at The Loft, Alloa, UK.

2004: Art Works In Mental Health, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, UK.

2003: WASPS Open Studio Weekend, WASPS at The Loft, Alloa, UK.

2003: Showing Emma Scott-Smith, The Atholl Gallery, Dunkeld, UK.

2003: Society of Scottish Artists, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, UK.

2002: WASPS Open Studio Weekend, WASPS at The Loft, Alloa, UK.

2002: Car Booty, Hanging Together, Installation Performance Art, Kildean Market, UK.

2002: A Collective, The Rowan Gallery, Drummond, UK.

2001: The Hut, Hanging Together, Artists Installation Piece, Scotland.

2001: Group Show Untitled, The Atholl Gallery, Dunkeld, UK.

2000: needwantmusthave, Hanging Together, Thistle Shopping Centre, Stirling, UK.

1999: “Last Hope 5” Society of All Artists Professional Division, UK. (First Prize Winner)

1999: 12 Artists 1 Month, The Changing Room, Stirling, UK.

1997: International Women’s Day, Town Hall, Alloa.

1996: A Cold Day Out, Central Library, Hull, England. (First Prize Winner)

1996: The Plate Show II, The Centre Gallery, Lochgelly, Scotland.

 

Commissioned Art work

2011: “Isolation” 5x4 ft., “Dark & Light” 12x14 inch, “Cherry one & two” 6x10 inch Canvas, Stuart CR, Scotland.

2011: “Untitled” 24x30 inches Canvas, Mr Rufferford, Scotland.

2011: Two small paintings, 8x6" acrylic and pencil on canvas, 10x8" watercolour on paper. Mr Colin W Hamilton, Alloa, Scotland.

2010: “Untitled” 20x24 inches Canvas, Mrs Jen Rufferford, Scotland.

2010: “Bow” 12x8 inches Canvas, Alex Gillespie, London.

2010: “Two” 10x10 inch, “Cherry’s” 2.5 x 2 ft., “Sensuous” 2x2 ft., Colin W Hamilton, Scotland.

2009: “Sensuous” 3x2.5 ft. Canvas, Mr F, Australia.

2008: “Us” 10 x 8 inches, “Power” 4 x 1.5 ft., Glyn Beech, Sheffield.

2007: “Untitled” 3x2.5 ft. Canvas, Miss Sally Marie, Covent Garden, London.

2006: “Transformed” 2x1.8 ft. Canvas, Julia Clark, Stirling, Scotland.

2005: “Untitled” 1.5x1.5 ft., “Untitled” 1.5x1.5 ft. canvases, Mr & Mrs Lang, USA.

2004: “Sensuous Cherry’s” 3x2.5 ft. Canvas, Jules Holt, London.

2003: “Irises” 12x18 inch Canvas, Mr Declan, Paris.

2002: Two Floral artworks, Mr Brian Galvin, Belfast, Ireland.

2001: “Abundance” 20x24 inch Canvas, Mr Brian Galvin, Belfast, Ireland.

1999: “Chilli Series” 4x3 ft. Four Canvases, Olivia’s Restaurant, Edinburgh.

1999: “Female Nude” 6x5 ft. Canvas, Mr Paul Smith, Scotland.

 

Publications

2014: Total Tattoo Magazine, (Issue to be confirmed), Interview and photoshoot.


2013: FP Magazine Dollar Academy, Autumn Winter Edition.


2013: Art News, The Herald Scotland, 5th July 2013.


2013: The Journal of Image Technology, April Issue, Vol 25. (2), China Press p. 32-36.

2013: The Journal of Image Technology, April Issue, Vol 25. (1), China Press p. 34-38.

2013: The Art of  the body politic: The Herald  Scotland, Feb 8th  2013.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/arts-ents/visual/art-of-the-body-politic.1360292667

 

2012: Art Mag, Showcase, February-March Issue, Instant Publications. (Arts Magazine).

2011: Emma Scott-Smith, Reveal Scotland: Showcasing Inclusive Arts, in association with Creative Scotland, UK. (Book on 10 Scottish Artists).

2011: The Big Picture: The Artivism Intervention, The Psychologist May 2011 issue, Vol 24 (No. 5). (Academic Magazine).

2011: Art Mag, Showcase, August-September Issue, Instant Publications. (Arts Magazine).

2011: Reviewer, Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology. (Academic Journal).

2008: Artivism: Reachout with Arts in Mind, Issue No. 74, UK. (News Magazine).

2008: Artivism, Reachout: Annual Report, Scotland. (Arts Report).

2005: Review of Artist Emma Scott-Smith Work, by Marshall Anderson, Freelance.

2001: 2001 Series, ed. by N. Day, Anchor Books, England. (Poetry Book).

1999: The Path of Life, ed. by A. Mead, Poetry Now, England. (Poetry Book).

1998: “Beautiful Death”; A Symbol of Unity, ed. by C. Walton, Triumph House, England. (Poetry Book).

1998: Review of Artist Emma Scott-Smith, by Rob Fairley, Freelance.

1997: Art Review, Spring Issue, UK. (Arts Magazine).

1997: “The Last Hope” Exhibition Review, Scottish Arts Monthly (SAM), Vol (2), UK. (Arts Magazine).

 
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