Born in Reading, United Kingdom, Martin first studied graphic design at the college of Art and Design in Berkshire.
He worked within the film and television industry as a sculptor and then began working for The Natural History Museum located in both London and Copenhagen.
For the past 30 years, Martin has been represented by all the international Auction Houses, and his most recognised piece 'Gilded Tiger 2063' has found a permanent home at The International Nature in Art Museum, Gloucestershire.
This particular piece was also exhibited with the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation as a finalist in 'Wildlife Artist of the Year'.
Martin Hayward-Harris has also exhibited his work in America and Canada, with his work being sold through Sotheby's in New York.
For more information about the pieces shown below, contact Martin Mari.
Martin is guided by an enduring love of nature and a unique understanding of animal physiology.
The result is a sculptural equivalent of impressionism: a simplicity of form and sensitivity to materials that creates an ageless and contemporary beauty.