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Peacemaking by Elizabeth Waggett
Peacemaking by Elizabeth Waggett
Peacemaking by Elizabeth Waggett
Peacemaking by Elizabeth Waggett
Peacemaking by Elizabeth Waggett
Peacemaking by Elizabeth Waggett
Peacemaking by Elizabeth Waggett
Peacemaking by Elizabeth Waggett

'The Made' is a 22k gold hand embellished edition by contemporary artist Elizabeth Waggett. Printed onto 308gsm Hahnemühle Coton Rag Paper, and finished with hand applied 22 karat gold, ink, and graphite, the piece is form a limited edition of 30 and is signed and numbered by the artist.

About The Artist - Elizabeth Waggett

Elizabeth is a contemporary artist who explores notions of value and worth in a consumerist society, criticising the importance placed on items of no cultural value. Currently residing in Houston, Texas, Elizabeth draws on her international background when narrating her work; having lived in contrasting cities over the world, she has a unique perspective on the effects of consumerism on humanity.


Elizabeth’s gothic depictions of skulls, insects and weapons seek to illuminate humanity’s obsession with material goods, whilst ignoring their effect on the natural world. We love how Elizabeth ironically utilises sustainably sourced gold leaf as a visual representation of greed and society’s obsession with vanity. Ultimately, Elizabeth’s photorealistic works ask viewers to reconsider materialistic ways and find a balance between greed and purpose.

Originally from Manchester, Elizabeth received a degree in Fashion from Manchester Metropolitan University and a PGCE in Design from The University of Manchester. Although this is where her artistic journey began, Elizabeth's work rapidly gained international acclaim, and she moved to New York to develop her practice before settling in Texas, where she now lives and works. Having participated in exhibitions across the globe, Elizabeth’s artistic career is full of accomplishments. Her work has been commissioned by HRH The Prince of Wales in collaboration with The Prince’s Trust; she has collaborated with brands such as Soho House, LuluLemon and Saks Fifth Avenue; and her works has been featured in campaigns alongside Valentino and Fendi.

We’ve been working with Elizabeth Waggett since 2017.

 

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  • Artwork size: 50 x 50 cm
  • Edition of 30

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'The Made' is a 22k gold hand embellished edition by contemporary artist Elizabeth Waggett. Printed onto 308gsm Hahnemühle Coton Rag Paper, and finished with hand applied 22 karat gold, ink, and graphite, the piece is form a limited edition of 30 and is signed and numbered by the artist.

About The Artist - Elizabeth Waggett

Elizabeth is a contemporary artist who explores notions of value and worth in a consumerist society, criticising the importance placed on items of no cultural value. Currently residing in Houston, Texas, Elizabeth draws on her international background when narrating her work; having lived in contrasting cities over the world, she has a unique perspective on the effects of consumerism on humanity.


Elizabeth’s gothic depictions of skulls, insects and weapons seek to illuminate humanity’s obsession with material goods, whilst ignoring their effect on the natural world. We love how Elizabeth ironically utilises sustainably sourced gold leaf as a visual representation of greed and society’s obsession with vanity. Ultimately, Elizabeth’s photorealistic works ask viewers to reconsider materialistic ways and find a balance between greed and purpose.

Originally from Manchester, Elizabeth received a degree in Fashion from Manchester Metropolitan University and a PGCE in Design from The University of Manchester. Although this is where her artistic journey began, Elizabeth's work rapidly gained international acclaim, and she moved to New York to develop her practice before settling in Texas, where she now lives and works. Having participated in exhibitions across the globe, Elizabeth’s artistic career is full of accomplishments. Her work has been commissioned by HRH The Prince of Wales in collaboration with The Prince’s Trust; she has collaborated with brands such as Soho House, LuluLemon and Saks Fifth Avenue; and her works has been featured in campaigns alongside Valentino and Fendi.

We’ve been working with Elizabeth Waggett since 2017.

 

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This artwork ships from the UK.

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Please note that your order may be subject to import duties and fees upon delivery, depending on your shipping destination.

If you have an account, you can also log in and track the progress of your order. If you're not entirely happy with your artwork, you can return it to us within 14 days and choose a replacement or receive a full refund. Our returns policy excludes artworks that are made to order, such as artwork that has been custom framed, timed releases or commissioned artworks. These cannot be returned unless they are faulty.

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