Henry Washer

Henry Washer began his commitment as a sculptor at the age of 19. His art contains whimsical sensitivity and strong dedication to craft and classical techniques. He studied sculpture at the Royal Academy of Art in Belgium. Henry has worked with Jack Haye's Opalights Team since the age of 15, created the original sculpt for Laura Kimpton's Be-Art Monkey, and helped Jack Champion sculpt and cast his Iconic Crows. In 2017 he worked with Larry Harvey to create The Omphalos for the Man Pavilion.

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