"My work has become purposely accessible yet still remains conceptually driven, although understanding this is not a necessity. my studies in philosophy and sculpture with interests in psychology and people open doors of ideas for me most days."


During a public commission in London in 2014, loosely based on the fluidity of water, Ed had to develop a flexible, fluid way of working, which was a challenging yet invaluable process.

Since this project there has been a series of developing work exploring the abstract. The process of making something non-representational is far from where the foundations of Ed's work originates. Yet, describing the way some recent abstract work has been made, to a select few during his Open Studio event in September 2016, Ed realised what is was about this work that is so intriguing.

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