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The worthy Mr Waites

Profile: Sculptor Edward Waites

 

Continuing my series of profiles of up and coming talent, it was a pleasure to recently meet the extremely talented Suffolk based sculptor Edward Waites.

 

Edward "Ed" Waites

A specialist in animal sculpture, 24-year old Waites is largely self-taught. Leopards, lions, rhinos, horses and bulls are a firm favourite as subjects and his aim is to capture and emphasise their muscles, sinew and movement.

 

A colt by Edward Waites: edition of 9 in bronze and priced at £4,200

Passionate about his craft, Waites, who lives near Newmarket, has already made impressive inroads into his chosen profession at such a young age. He has produced works for Lady Bamford and Ivan Massow and his sculptures can also be found in several royal collections around the world. Represented primarily by the W. H. Patterson gallery in Mayfair’s Albermarle Street, Waites also works on a commission basis.

 

A 95mm high bronze of an elephant, part of an edition of 95 and priced at £180 that is available in both polished and patinated finishes

Recently Waites has expanded into creating miniatures of birds, bovine animals, dogs, domestic animals, horses and wild animals. Produced as limited editions and very reasonably priced between £80 to £180, these represent an easy way to begin collecting and great value for money.

 

A 75mm high bronze of a whippet, part of an edition of 150 and priced at £120 each

From May 16th to 20th, Edward Waites will be exhibiting at the Animal Art Fair on the River Side Walkway on the South Bank in London. Don’t miss it.

 

Contact Edward Waites by telephone at +44 (0) 1638 721275 or on email at ejw@edwardwaites.co.uk. View his website at: http://www.edwardwaites.co.uk

 

Follow Edward Waites on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/Edward.Waites.Sculpture12

 

Follow Edward Waites on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/EdwardWaites

 

For more information on the Animal Art Fair, go to: http://www.animalartfair.com

 

 

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1 comment on “The worthy Mr Waites”

  1. Young talent is always lovely to see. Thanks for sharing Matthew. Please find more of the same for us.

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