Born in 1967 and based in Suffolk, Edwards trained at Canterbury College of Art and the Royal College of Art.

One of the few sculptors who casts his own work, Laurence Edwards is fascinated by human anatomy and the metamorphosis of form and matter that governs the lost-wax process. The driving force behind his work is bronze, an alloy that physically and metaphorically illustrates entropy, the natural tendency of any system in time to tend towards disorder and chaos. His sculptures express the raw liquid power of bronze, its versatility, mass and evolution, and the variety of process marks he retains tell the story of how and why each work came to be.


2016          Messum’s,London
2015          Mossgreen, Melbourne and Sydney
                   Guest Artist, ‘Cley Contemporary’ Cley-next-to-Sea, Norfolk
                  ‘Sculpture by the Sea’, Bondi Beach, Sydney
2014          Royal Society of Sculptors, London
2013          Messum’s,London Sala Pares, Barcelona
                   McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery, Melbourne
2012         ‘Art at the Edge’, Olympic Touring Show
                  ‘Contemporary Perspectives’, Mall Galleries, London
2011          Royal Society of Portrait Sculptors, London
                   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2010 Messum’s,London
                   British Society of Portrait Sculptors, London
2008        ‘Creek Men’, Snape Maltings, Snape, Suffolk
2002         Lynn Strover Gallery, Cambridge ‘The Naked Truth’, Fermoy Gallery,
                  Kings Lynn (Tate Partnership exhibition)
                  ‘The Darkened World’, Britten Pears Library, Aldeburgh, Suffolk
                   Artevent, Eindhoven, Holland