Ed Walker, is originally from Burlington, NC. After graduating from East Carolina University with a BFA degree in Sculpture in 1975, Ed attended graduate school at the University of North Dakota, in Grand Forks, obtaining his MFA in Sculpture in 1979.
Ed Moved to New Orleans in 1980 and began doing metal fabrication for the well known kinetic sculptor, Lin Emery. In 1982, he started teaching sculpture at Tulane University, where he remained for 5 years until opening a small foundry in his studio in New Orleans.
Ed returned to North Carolina in 1989 and founded Carolina Bronze Sculpture. The foundry was originally located in Asheboro, NC and relocated to it's present facility in Seagrove, NC in 1994.
Ed has continued to create his own sculpture and is currently accepting commissions for sculpture.
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