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About the Artist Edward Waite

Edward Waite was born in 1989 and grew up in a seaside town on the east coast of Lincolnshire.

Throughout his school years he took an active interest in art always searching for interesting styles. Growing up by the sea, he was forever surfing the waves with his friends and this gave him his first idea for a style of painting, surfing silhouettes. He carried this style through his A-level course work and it is still proudly displayed in the sixth form block.

Works By Edward Waite

  • Overlooking London by Edward Waite
    Overlooking London
  • Tower Reflections by Edward Waite
    Tower Reflections
  • As The Snow Settles in Central Park by Edward Waite
    As The Snow Settles in Central Park
  • London Old and New by Edward Waite
    London Old and New
  • Walking The Millenium Bridge by Edward Waite
    Walking The Millenium Bridge
  • Manhatten by Edward Waite
    Manhatten
  • Sunset Battersea by Edward Waite
    Sunset Battersea
  • Eiffel Tower At Night - Sketch by Edward Waite
    Eiffel Tower At Night - Sketch
  • Brighton Pier - Sketch by Edward Waite
    Brighton Pier - Sketch
  • Brighton Pier by Edward Waite
    Brighton Pier
  • Vertical Time Sqaure by Edward Waite
    Vertical Time Sqaure
  • Bright Lights Of Piccadilly - Sketch by Edward Waite
    Bright Lights Of Piccadilly - Sketch
  • Grey Skies Over Westminster Bridge - Sketch by Edward Waite
    Grey Skies Over Westminster Bridge - Sketch
  • Big Ben 10 O'Clock - Sketch by Edward Waite
    Big Ben 10 O'Clock - Sketch
  • Westminster Skyline - Sketch by Edward Waite
    Westminster Skyline - Sketch
  • Piccadilly Circus by Edward Waite
    Piccadilly Circus
  • Manhattan Bridge by Edward Waite
    Manhattan Bridge
  • London At Night by Edward Waite
    London At Night
  • Thames Skyline by Edward Waite
    Thames Skyline
  • Royal Albert Hall by Edward Waite
    Royal Albert Hall
  • Night Time London by Edward Waite
    Night Time London
  • Big Ben by Edward Waite
    Big Ben



His style soon changed when he started at University. Being left to his own devices and interpreting the subjects he was given helped his creative mind. He was later to develop his current style after moving to Lincoln, being awestruck by the city buildings and becoming absorbed by the new structural surroundings, the vibrant lights and the noise of the city. A massive contrast to his seaside upbringing.

‘I found myself looking upwards and often tripping up as I walked around the city.’

Painters Kiefer, Pollock and Kline were influences as he studied for my Fine Art Degree. Pollock’s process capturing physicality, Keifer’s surfaces marks and layering provoking mood and Kline’s gestural composition are all referred to as he paints.

Says, Edward, ‘I work with urban scenes rather than rural landscapes as I see the countryside as a picture already created, however within an urban environment it is often necessary to create a picture of beauty using the architecture and cities in which we live and visit…

My work develops as I build experience with those cities and I believe I create a direct and tangible feel. I start by drawing in sketchbooks which are filled with continuous marks, responding to my subject in a quick and portable way. The process of walking and drawing and the desire to keep repeating makes me look deeper and harder at my surroundings. Each page shows a single view, but collectively placed they form a large composition, collapsing the same subject together. Topographical detail then becomes embedded at a much deeper level.

The sketches are then transformed into paintings that register and transcend my subject matter in a very fluid and expressive way. At that point my paintings become subsequent responses where feelings, reinterpretation and imagination are applied.’

Having been a painter since 2002, Edward’s style has now developed and has been greatly influenced by his two years of travel. He has now become a full-time professional artist and his passion for art and travel remains as strong as ever.

Latest Artworks

Framed Size: 43.5 x 35 inches


Framed Size: 76 x 50 cm


Framed Size: 76 x 50 cm