Elizabeth Waugh was born in 1929. She attended Reigate Art School for two years, having gained a scholarship at the age of 15. She then attended Goldsmiths College in London, where she specialised in sculpture. After Goldsmiths, she spent two years at the Anglo French Art Centre in London, where she worked under the tutelage of sculptor Sean Crampton. Elizabeth was the winner of the PF Charitable Trust Fund Sculpture Prize at VAS 2006 & The Powderhall Foundry Bronze Award at VAS 2008, RSA Edinburgh. She exhibited in the VAS show for 2009. More recently Elizabeth won the A4A Art Foundry Prize for her sculpture ‘Godiva’s Day Off’ at the RGI in 2012.
Elizabeth’s work is held in collections across the world, including a small piece ‘Highland Mare & Foal’ which was bought by H.M. The Queen in 2010

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